These days, it seems like where ever you turn, someone has a new “cure” for your child’s learning difficulties. Parents often find themselves in the role of detective trying to decipher what’s really a potential therapy and what’s just nonsense. I want to share an innovative therapy that I have been using with many of my clients for over 7 years now and seeing incredible results.
Music listening therapy involves listening to acoustically modified music that supports improved brain function. The Listening Program (TLP) is evidenced-based neurotechnology that shows improved outcomes in auditory processing, communication, social and emotional areas, executive functioning skills, and motor coordination. More than 20 independent studies demonstrate its efficacy as a safe, non-invasive intervention which supports improvements in brain function. You can find these studies at http://www.advancedbrain.com/science.
Who can benefit from TLP?
• learning difficulties
• ADHD or executive functioning deficits
• Autism & Related Disabilities
• Sensory Processing Disorder
• Dyslexia and Reading Disorders
The whole brain processes music. Music lights up more brain regions than any other stimuli, transforming our brains. TLP is the only music therapy program created in high definition which benefits the listener more than just listening to classical music. It also uses spatial surround sound which replicates our natural environment. These technologies are exclusive to TLP.
As a TLP provider, I can set up a personalized protocol specific to your child’s needs. This therapy can be done from the comfort of your home or pretty much anywhere in as little as 15 to 30 minutes five days a week. Think of it as a mini brain workout. We can all improve our performance to reach our goals!
The Listening Program (TLP) now offers an online option which is affordable to just about everyone. Feel free to complete a complimentary listening screening using the tool found at http://a.advancedbrain.com/tlp/screening_tool.jsp. We can set up a consultation to determine if this evidenced-based intervention may be right for your child and which program would be most beneficial. Email me at your listening screening results at email@example.com.