Listening for Wellness: An Introduction to the Tomatis Method

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Mozart Center Press, 2005 - Audiology - 397 pages
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Presents the work of Dr. Alfred Tomatis, who made medical and psychological discoveries that led to audio-psycho-phonology, or the Tomatis method. Also called auditory training, auditory stimulation, and listening therapy, the purpose is to re-educate the way people listen. These discoveries are applied in the field of autism, dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, behavior problems, motor-and speech difficulties. They facilitate learning, foreign languages, improve singing voice, sharpen communication skills, boost creativity and maximize learning.

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