TLP is a unique auditory therapy program that combines decades of clinical research in areas such as neurology, auditory processing, physiology, psychoacoustics and music theory, and builds on the work of respected leaders such as Alfred A. Tomatis, M.D., who helped identify the relationship between sound frequencies and their effect on functions of the mind and body.

TLP uses "psychoacoustically modified classical music," carefully designed and produced exclusively for The Listening Program. The compositions are arranged to take advantage of different frequencies, tempo, and other factors to stimulate different parts of the brain and different functions in the auditory processing system. This enables the brain to better receive, process, store and utilize the information presented to it through the varied sounds we encounter every day - in language, music, and the environment.

TLP's clinically proven approach gently trains the auditory system to accurately process sound. When auditory perception is distorted-whether through illness, injury, developmental or other challenges-auditory processing problems can lead to academic, emotional, cognitive and social challenges, including problems with the following:

  • Attention and concentration
  • Listening
  • Speech and language
  • Memory
  • Communication
  • Social skills
  • Reading
  • Sensory integration
  • Self regulation
  • Physical balance and coordination
  • Vocal performance and musical ability

"The brain you're born with is not the brain you're stuck with."
- Patricia Wolfe, Author of Brain Matters


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