Psychomotor -Surplus of EnergyCompulsive talking, impulsive actions, acting out.
Strategies:Allow/plan physical activity that isn't distracting to others.Provide opportunities for spontaneity.
Intellectual - need to find the truth and solve problems. Often times they are avid readers.
Sensual - Enhanced sensory and aesthetic pleasure. May overeat, self-pamper, or want to be in the limelight.
Strategies: Teach them how to find answers to questions. Allow time for them to work on complex problems. Help them understand that not everyone feels the way they do about things and to try to realize others may be more sensitive than they are.
Limit Stimuli and provide comfort.Create a soothing environment.Put them in the limelight from time to time.
Emotional - extremes of complex emotions and struggles to regulate them.
Imaginational - Confuse reality with fiction. Love playing imaginative games.
Strategies: Help them distinguish between real and pretend. Teach them ways to use their imagination to help them function in the real world. Think outside the box.
Strategies:Teach emotional regulation strategies at a young age. Accept all feelings, regardless of intensity.