Tomatis for Adults

TOMATIS® Listening Therapy for Adults

Do you ever wonder why, a few decades ago, there were no diagnoses like ADHD, ADD, ODD, Audio Processing issues or any of the numerous other disorders we find in children these days?

Tomatis for AdultsSome people think that all these new “disorders” are simply the product of mismanagement; parents don’t know how to discipline their kids, teachers don’t know how to manage their classrooms, etc. “Back in my day we had a different name for ADD: it was called daydreaming!”

There Are No “New” Conditions

The fact of the matter is that these things are real. They existed long before there were names for them and they went undiagnosed because the medical and psychiatric communities simply hadn’t identified them. The same holds true for Autism Spectrum Disorders. The numbers are much greater now because science has identified links between various behaviours and Autism. These things always existed; they just went unidentified for a long, long time.

Think for a moment about your childhood.

Were you accused of not paying attention in class? Were you hyperactive? Did you have trouble staying in your seat and listening to the teacher? Did you struggle to learn how to read and write? Is your penmanship poor to this day? Do you find it hard, even today, to really focus on certain tasks?

If you answered, “Yes,” to any of those questions, you might have undiagnosed Audio Processing Disorder, ADD, ADHD, or even Aspergers Syndrome. People who were born before the 1980s are an especially underserved segment of the population when it comes to getting proper diagnoses for these issues.

By now, you have long since learned how to manage your condition without the aid of Ritalin, Abilify, or the plethora of other drugs out there designed to manage these conditions, but I can imagine it would still be difficult.

Many adults like you are getting their diagnoses today but many more just consider their conditions to be a foregone cause and do their best to get through the day however they can.

Whichever group best describes you, I want you to know that there are ways that I can help you without drugs, even without a diagnosis.

TOMATIS® Sound Therapy for Adults

TOMATIS® Sound Therapy is a powerful and effective method of helping people just like you manage their conditions in a way that leaves them more functional, clear-headed, and focused.

Dr. Alfred Tomatis discovered that many behavioural and learning disorders originate with an inability to correctly process auditory signals. His method uses sound – music and speech – to retrain the brain how to listen to incoming signals and process them more efficiently. When that happens, the symptoms of many disorders either become much easier to manage or even disappear completely.

I work with both children and adults all over Australia and the results are the same regardless of age. If you think you might have an undiagnosed condition like the ones I mention above or if you have recently been diagnosed with any of them as an adult, I’d like to speak with you about how TOMATIS® Sound Therapy can help you better manage your condition.

Contact me today and let’s talk about your situation. I look forward to hearing from you. Simply call: 0437 048 833 and we can talk.


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