The NeuroThrive System
Stimming: Unlock the Power
Autism Horses Group are ready to revolutionize the understanding of stimming for both neurotypical and neurodivergent individuals, and are opening the doors to our groundbreaking training, The NeuroThrive System, to the public so you can be part of this transformative training on stimming.
What is Stimming?
The word “stimming” refers to self-stimulating behaviours, usually involving repetitive movements or sounds.
Stims are one of the diagnostic characteristics of a neurodiverse person. People with other mental health disorders like schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), or even post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), might also stim.
Stimming encompasses a range of repetitive movements and behaviours, from hand-flapping to repeating certain phrases. It can be used as a way to cope with anxious feelings or to self-soothe.
Repetitive behaviours can be a major part of life for many people in the specific-needs community. They can be an essential way of regulating emotion and providing someone with a source of comfort or enjoyment that enables them to carry on with their day.
Why is this particular training so special?
Autism Horses Group, with guidance from the incredible Dr. Wenn, have developed this training in a way that is not being taught anywhere else in the world.
We are working from the perspective of the nervous system’s response to the stim, and then co-creating a safe stim in an informed manner that actually works.
As a professional, caregivers or support person of a neurodiverse individual, it is important to be informed by which part of the nervous system the original stim was serving – which is why we are making this invaluable module available to the public.
You can purchase this training module of The NeuroThrive System as follows:
Workbook & Training Video
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Join us on this extraordinary journey
Don’t miss out on this life-changing opportunity. Be a part of the movement that will reshape our understanding of stimming.