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Recommended Reading

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We recommend you to visit the following website for more information about the relevance of the listening skill with respect to our ability to learn, the long -term of sound stimulation, the development and application of Tomatis Program.



Article by Ellen Young and Jack Keogh, "Can Therapists and Helping ProfessionalsBenefit from Listening Training?  (please Click)


If you prefer books, you may also learn more through these published works on Tomatis Listening:

  • The Conscious Ear. Alfred Tomatis. Barrytown, NY: Station Hill Press, 1991.

  • The Mozart Effect for Children. Don Campbell. New York, NY: William Morrow, 2000.

  • Sound Bodies through Sound Therapy. Dorinne S. Davis. Landing, NJ: Kalco Publishing, 2004

  • When Listening Comes Alive: A Guide to Effective Learning and Communication. Norval, Ontario: Moulin Publishing, 1994.

  • The Listening Journey for Children: Boosting Learning, Communication and Confidence Through Sound, Francoise Nicoloff and Maude Le Roux, Hear And Now Publishing, Australia, 2011.

  • Balance: As the primary organ of equilibrium, it plays a major role in the subjective sensation of motion and spatial orientation.

  • Posture: Vestibular input to areas of the nervous system elicit adjustments of muscle activity and body posture.

  • Eye Movement: Vestibular input to the nervous system helps stabilize the eyes during head movements.