Participants at a workshop at the Alexander Technique 9th International Congress 2011

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Photo of Caitlin Freeman, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

workshop: mon 10 aug | details

Caitlin Freeman, M.AmSAT is a professional Autism service provider. In her private practice in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Caitlin uses the Alexander Technique to work with children, teens, and adults on the Autism Spectrum. Caitlin has been a featured presenter at the Autism Society of America and other Autism support organizations, where she has lectured on the Alexander Technique as a method of sensory integration for people with Autism. Caitlin has also taught a workshop at the 2013 AmSAT ACGM in Chicago about using the Alexander Technique to help people on the Autism Spectrum. At the 2014 ACGM in Long Beach, she will teach several workshops about the use of the Alexander Technique for Autism and related conditions. Caitlin is a faculty member in the Theatre Department at Point Park University’s Conservatory of Performing Arts in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where she teaches the Alexander Technique. Caitlin received her B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College in vocal performance and theatre arts, and graduated from the Alexander Technique School New England (ATSNE), directed by Missy Vineyard. Caitlin’s specialty is using the Alexander Technique, voice training, and theatre coaching to work with individuals on the Autism Spectrum.

Caitlin is also participating in the panel discussion with Galen Cranz and Becca Ferguson.

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