Three More Days of Early Bird Registration for PuzzleArt Therapy Training! Sign Up by Friday, January 17th!

PuzzleArtTraining15Learn a New Form of Therapy with practical applications you can use the very next day.

To pay our special Early Bird Registration price for your full day of training, please register on our Training page.

Register by Friday, January 17 and save! Only $245 each.

Full Day of training: Fulfills Level One Requirement for the PuzzleArt™ Therapist Certification

9:00 – 9:15 Registration and Networking

Bring business cards and prepare to connect to peers in Occupational Therapy and other fields.

9:15 -10:30 Overview: Visual Skills, Terminology and the PuzzleArt Checklist for Visual Skills

Learn the developmental progression of visual skills necessary for success in the classroom or clinic.

WallWorks scans as Jpegs_Page_1210:30 -11:15 Introduction to PuzzleArt, the concepts and the PuzzleArt Therapy products

Work with original hand painted PuzzleArt individually and in groups.

11:15-11:30 Coffee break/snacks

11:30 -12:30 PuzzleArt Therapy System (Hands on training with Modules and Card Packs)

Engage with different PuzzleArt prod-ucts, paintings and strategies which help develop a variety of important perceptual skills. No art ability necessary.

12:30 – 1:15 Lunch and Q&A for individual cases

1:15 -2:15 PuzzleArt Skill Builders and the proprioceptive differences for wall and table

Learn how to use a variety of our different Skill Builders for near/far focus work, discrimination, tracking, coordination, sensory PuzzleArt Protocols, more. Explore Solo Play and Partner Play.
2:15 -3:00 Explore PuzzleArt Alli Activity Books Learn some of the hundreds of activities.

3:00 – 3:15 Coffee break/snacks

3:15 -3:45 Tactile Play with Original PuzzleArt WallWorks and TableWorks

Explore the colorful and fun original interactive art that is at the core of the PuzzleArt Therapy System.
3:45- 4:00 Summary / closing remarks

Register by Friday to lock in your discounted rate for this amazing event!

–Alli Berman