About Sound Therapy
The brain is plastic — an adaptable organ that changes in response to experience and stimuli. That means we can use educational therapy to facilitate neuroplastic change in motor, linguistic, emotional, and cognitive function.
The Tomatis neurosensory program uses auditory stimulation to train the brain to process and interpret sound. This can help people with special needs and learning disabilities — including attention-deficit disorder (ADD) and autism — improve their listening, comprehension, speech, memory, and attention.
Forum Health uses the Tomatis method with Forbrain® bone-conduction headphones. This brain-training headset transmits sound clearly, enhances specific frequencies, and provides constant auditory feedback. The audio-vocal loop helps users self-monitor and correct their speech, language, and vocal quality.
Tomatis Sound Therapy helps those struggling with:
- Autism spectrum disorder
- Attention and ability to stay on task — including attention-deficit disorder (ADD) and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), as well as follow-through and motivation
- Brain injury related to sports, concussions, or stroke
- Memory and listening comprehension
- Creativity and logic
- Coordination, including fine and gross motor skills
- Emotional regulation of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), stress, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, confidence, mental fatigue, and brain fog
- Pervasive developmental disorders (PDD)
- Learning, including reading comprehension and writing, new languages, dyslexia, math, and music
- Speech, language, and social communication, including auditory processing, expressive and receptive speech, and language delays
Discover the benefits of sound therapy.
Call now to discuss the Tomatis method with a specialist.