THERAPEUTIC LISTENING uses specially altered music to impact your child’s sensory systems.
Therapeutic Listening was developed by an Occupational Therapist. It pairs listening with movement. It uses sound to work on sensory integration.
Therapeutic Listening can help a child with no sleep patterns sleep through the night. It can help a child with strong sensitivity sounds become more tolerant to noise.
If your child has trouble listening to his teacher in a busy classroom, Therapeutic Listening may help. Others use it to address self-regulation or attention issues. Rightly suited, it can have positive and lasting effects.