Build learning, listening, concentration and communication skills
Does your child have trouble listening to their teacher or remembering what you asked them to do?
The TOMATIS Method can improve listening and comprehension, helping the brain integrate auditory information. Developed by a French Ear, Nose and Throat doctor in the late twentieth century, the TOMATIS Method – and its proprietary sound training therapy software Solisten® – is based on more than fifty years of medical research. Most of our students begin their program with Solisten® as it prepares the brain by integrating information gathered by the senses. This foundation strengthens the success of future interventions.
We recommend Solisten® for students struggling with anxiety, auditory processing; expressive and receptive language; attention disorders; developmental delays; emotional intelligence; and more. The TOMATIS Method has also been shown to positively impact three core functions of the ear – hearing, balance, and energy.
Students use Solisten® through a series of intensive sessions. Our intensives range from 10-13 days of working for two hours each day. Over four months, students go through at least three intensives.
Many students show reduced anxiety and better body awareness after the first intensive. The second intensive frequently results in improved energy and focus. After the third intensive, students often show improved expressive and receptive language, as well as organizational skills.