The term “Audio-Psycho-Phonology” implies that psychological factors mediate between the acoustic waves that the ear receives and decodes, and phonation and speech. Learn More

The Psycho-Listening Test

The Psycho-listening Test measures the ability of the ear to listen, that is, to become conscious of sound and to respond. In other words, it measures active selective listening and not hearing. Learn More

Sound Therapy

Sound therapy takes place through the Electronic Ear, in conjunction with counseling and supportive therapy. The Electronic Ear or “Listening Simulator” functions as an ideal human ear. Learn More

The Authentic Tomatis Method

Professor Tomatis, in his book The Conscious Ear (1991) (Appendix A), urges caution when using the numerous “variations of the Tomatis Method” and alternative techniques of sound stimulation. Learn More