improve Focus & concentration, learning & behaviour Using the Sound Therapy Listening Program

Instant download or pre-loaded mp3 player, proven to work, easy to use, all you do is LISTEN.

What is the Sound Therapy Listening Program
and how can it benefit you or your child?

Program Structure

It's an easy to use 5 level structured Sound Therapy Listening Program that can be listened to as an instant download or on a pre-loaded mp3 player.

Program Format

The program is a combination of advanced sound therapy and musical tracks. The music keeps the listener engaged, whilst the sound therapy does the work.

Program Use

You can listen for as little as 10mins  a day while studying or doing other tasks, which makes listening really easy. The sound therapy works in the background with no negative effects.

Researched and proven to work in the mainstream and those with various challenges

A study conducted by the Cognitive Drug Research Group (CDR), a top UK and international cognitive testing and research company, found that users of the Sound Therapy Listening Program made significant improvements in many areas including learning, concentration, short term memory and focus. However, those with challenges including dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADD/ADHD, ASD, APD improved more significantly using the program for just 10-20 minutes a day.

Sound therapy for ADHD

These are the user groups that made more significant improvements using the program

ADD/ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a condition where characteristics such as inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsiveness prevent an individual from performing at their best. Often referred to as being on the spectrum, but on it's own it is not.

Dyspraxia

Dyspraxia is usually considered to be difficulty with co-ordinating physical movements (fine and gross motor skills). It is sometimes referred to as developmental co-ordination disorder (DCD). Dyspraxia itself is not a form of Autism.

Dyslexia

Dyslexics often display difficulties with phonology (the sounds of language), memory and information processing. They have difficulty understanding how to spell words and taking in meaning when reading, however it's does not mean they have Autistic Spectrum Disorder.

Short Term Memory

Impaired short-term memory is reflected by a reduced ability to store and reproduce verbal or spatial information. We have had good researched results using the Sound Therapy Listening Program to improve short term memory.

Auditory Processing

Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) is a disorder of the auditory (hearing) system that causes a disruption in the way that an individual's brain understands what they are hearing. It shows up as a difficulty with hearing-related tasks.

Asperger's syndrome (ASD)

Asperger’s syndrome, affects how a person communicates with and relates to other people in the world around them. While people with autism often share different areas of difficulty, they will often be affected in various ways.

Short Term Memory also improved by a massive 46% to 73% in our test group, which could also have implications for learning and those with short term memory challenges..

Researched with proven positive results in areas that include:

Concentration

When you enhance concentration it has been shown to have a positive effect on many areas of your life.

Learning

Improvement in your focus and concentration has been shown to have a positive impact upon your learning.

Behaviour

Our research has shown positive   improvements in general behaviour and those linked to ASD and ADHD.

Confidence

Your self confidence and self worth is enhanced when you  start to see and feel the positive results you're getting.

Co-ordination

The program gives your brain a good workout that impacts positively upon your hand-eye co-ordination.

Happier

All these improvements you experience will put a smile on your face that says I'm feeling happier.

 Great feedback from Students, Teachers and Parents

Listening to the music helps my brain get ready to learn. I have gone up 2 targets grades in English and I can read, spell and write much easier now.

sound therapy feedback

Josh

Student

I have noticed a significant change in one particular pupil when he listens to the Sound Therapy – his whole persona changes and he becomes focused and willing to participate in lessons. An incredible transformation.

Sound therapy feedback

History Teacher

Wirral

One pupil has ADHD – hyperactive not aggressive.  He asked for the sound therapy to be put on his desk with ear next to it and produced better work than he’s done in a year!

Sound therapy feedback

Teacher

Wirral

 Feedback from teachers talking about the program

 Used in schools across the UK

Sound therapy in Schools

 Time is precious, so listening is only 10-20 mins/day

As the teachers mentioned in their auditory testimonials above, the Sound Therapy can work extremely quickly, so that you don't need to spend hours of time listening.

It's so easy to use that no matter how busy your schedule, you’ll be able to listen to at least 10 minutes while commuting to school, work, walking, working out, relaxing or studying.

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 The Sound Therapy Listening Program music choice

 There are 40 tracks to choose from, 8 different genres (Happy Island, Indian Classical, Mozart, Chinese Classical, Dance, Ambient, Kids and Nature on each level (1-5). So there is plenty of selection for kids and adults to personalise their listening experience. However, it's the sound therapy behind the music that does all the work.

Sound Therapy Music