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How We Help
The Listening Program® is an easy, pleasurable and effective method to improve your brain health and performance.
Based on sound science, our evidence-based music trains the brain to improve how you perceive, process and respond to the flood of sensory information in our environment today. This leads to personal growth helping you to live a happier, productive, and more fulfilling life.
The Listening Program is for everyone
Sound brain fitness is like physical exercise: everyone can benefit, whether training for a triathlon, learning to walk, or going through rehabilitation for an injury. Men, women and children of all ages, walks of life, and corners of the world have been helped to perform better in school, work and home.
The Listening Program has helped people think, speak, read and write better, prepare for college entrance exams and athletic events, improve productivity, learn new languages and musical instruments, and even reduce stress and improve quality of sleep. Interestingly, this started with our focus on helping children and adults with cognitive, behavioral, and emotional difficulties as we continue to do today. With more than a decade of experience with hundreds of thousands of listeners, The Listening Program really is for everyone.
A complete sound brain fitness program
Your sound brain fitness program is personalized to you. It targets specific areas of brain performance, adapting daily, helping you to meet your goals, sustain positive changes, and achieve new found health and wellness.
Our listeners report real benefits including:
  • Sharper memory and thinking
  • More creativity
  • Better focus and attention
  • Improved auditory processing
  • Increased self confidence
  • Reduced stress
  • Better planning and organizational skills
"Following intervention, John no longer demonstrated poor posture, atypical drive for touch, messy handwriting or difficulty with organization/structure... John no longer demonstrated low frustration tolerance, difficulty making judgments, and generalizing to new situations, lack of tactfulness or inability to tolerate stress."
~Nwora and Gee
A case study of a five-year-old child with PDD-NOS using sound-based interventions" Occupational Therapy International, volume 16, issue 1