Lise Gerard-Faulise

Lise Gerard Faulise is renowned nationally for her workshops on sensory processing disorders with Patricia Wilbarger. Ms. Faulise is the founder of Rehab New England, a private sensory integration-oriented practice in Rhode Island, and co-founder of the Wolf School in East Providence, Rhode Island, designed for K-8 children with learning differences. She currently conducts research at the Wolf School and provides private clinical services in the New England area. Ms. Faulises past experience includes teaching administration/management at Worcester State College and clinical instruction at Saint Louis University, where she was director of the Faculty Practice in the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy. She received her Advanced Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from Boston University.

Disclosure:
Financial: Lise Gerard-Faulise receives a honorarium from Education Resources.
Non-Financial: She has no relevantnonfinancial relationships to disclose.



Lise's Courses:

Treatment of Children with Sensory, Regulation and Motor Challenges: Understanding the Influence of Movement, Rhythms and Emotion



What others are saying:

"This was by far the best training I have ever attended. Lise's knowledge was abundant, and she presented the information in a professional, but personable way. She offered countless ideas for immediate use. This training completely changed the way I work with children." -Ginger Pary

"I have been waiting for a course like this! Lise presented complex information in a clear and concise way. Im looking forward to using this material in my practice setting. -Kristin Carbine

"Experienced Therapists - Don't miss this course! Lise's course is the perfect one to expand skills in both treatment and prescription of sensory diets for families and schools. She validates what can be effective about powerful sensory experiences when they are provided via systematic and hierarchical protocols, sensitive to the needs of clients, families and schools and documented." -Vera Hickson