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Sensory Modulation in Mental Health Clinical Settings - A Review of the Literature

This literature review is aimed at clinicians, managers, clinical leaders and service users who would like a comprehensive overview of the existing literature on sensory modulation. It shows the development of sensory modulation, its theoretical underpinnings, and the evidence of its efficacy in any mental health setting. Overall it shows that the evidence points to sensory modulation being a useful intervention in a variety of therapeutic settings and can be successfully used by a range of mental health service users.

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