Auditory Processing: Can Learning to LISTEN Be Remedied?

October 15th, 2019|0 Comments

Auditory processing refers to the way by which sound is received by the ear and then processed in the brain. It is an incredibly complex process that stimulates a wide connection of neural networks—more than one might initially think. In fact, the brain has to receive and make sense of this sensory stimulus in a matter of micro-seconds.

Peak Performance: Outperforming Ourselves—How?

August 30th, 2019|0 Comments

Reaching peak performance is a goal that many students and professionals strive for—whether they are athletes, musicians, second-language learners, or business people. Achieving peak performance, however, requires intentional effort and practice. It doesn’t just happen without preparation and purpose.

Emotional Regulation – How Challenges Can Hinder Children to Interact and Learn

August 13th, 2019|0 Comments

Learning emotional regulation can be one of the most challenging aspects of childhood. When children experience big, intense emotions, they often don’t know what to do with those feelings. And thus, their reactions can show themselves as behavior that, to an outside observer, may appear out of proportion to what is actually going on.

Sensory Processing Disorder: How the Tomatis Method May Work Together with Accepted Therapy Options

January 7th, 2018|0 Comments

Suffering from sensory processing disorder can be a very frightening experience, especially for a small child. Not only that, but research into the disorder is majorly lacking and diagnosis is controversial. However, the Tomatis Method has shown promising results. How can it be used in combination with other therapy?


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