Sovereign Pediatric Therapy – Therapies That Produce Results

Experienced Therapists
with Training in:


Therapeutic Listening
is a program that uses sound stimulation in combination with traditional sensory integrative treatment techniques.


Sensory Diets are a carefully designed, personalized activity schedule that provides needed sensory input to the nervous system in order to help a child stay focused and organized throughout the day.


Alert Program For Self Regulation is a program designed to teach children
self awareness so they can
learn what activities help them self-regulate to the "just right" level.


Sensory Integration and Praxis Testing (SIPT) is a standardized assessment of sensory processing for children
4 years through 8 years
11 months of age.



Sensory Integration Therapy


Sensory Integration Therapy is used to treat individuals with Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD) which occur when there is an inability of the brain to correctly process information brought in by the senses. It can affect coordination, learning, attention, behavior, emotional tone, and self esteem. Children with SPD are often overly sensitive to sensory stimuli, under-responsive to sensory stimuli or fluctuate dependent of the situation or environment. Some children appear inattentive, overly sensitive to smells or unexpected touch, resist new situations, or appear uncoordinated. Successful treatment requires a specific approach and appropriate equipment. Our suspended equipment, weighted garments and other specialized tools offer treatment options that are highly effective for children with these disorders.

Our experienced staff are experts in the assessment and treatment of children with sensory processing deficits. Our staff also incorporates therapy techniques, such as Therapeutic Listening™, the Alert Program and use of sensory diets to facilitate progress.