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What is Sound Therapy?

February 6, 2012 by  
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Specially produced music is one aspect of Therapeutic Listening that can assist children and adults with communication difficulties.  SAMONAS Sound Therapy and The Listening Program (TLP) are two such music-listening programs. These programs offer music, voice and nature sounds that have been specially filtered to enhance the sounds that are most effective in stimulating the brain’s processing regions. Beautiful classical music and sounds of nature have been specially recorded and then carefully activated and engineered to have a calming effect on the body, as well as an activating effect, which then has the ability to help a person listen and understand auditory information more accurately.

Benefits are noted over a period of time, usually with long lasting effects. The CDs are listened to at very low volumes and have been beneficial in maintaining calmness, increasing processing abilities and new speech and language abilities, including articulation, reading, writing and spelling skills, as well as handwriting, motor coordination and balance. Our trained therapists will individually select the program best suited for you or your child.

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3 Responses to “What is Sound Therapy?”
  1. Shaun Glicksberg says:

    Need information as soon as possible on course and cost.

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