Therapeutic Listening® is a sound based intervention used to treat sensory processing disorder as well as other conditions such as autism, ADHD, learning disabilities, Down Syndrome, and Cerebral Palsy. In general, Therapeutic Listening® can be used to address sensitivity to sound, attentional and focusing issues, decreased postural control, learning difficulties including written expression and reading delays, poor social skills, and regulation issues – e.g., disturbances in sleep/wake cycle and other homeostatic functions. Upon evaluation, your primary therapist will determine if Therapeutic Listening® is appropriate for your child. If it is determined that your child would benefit from this intervention, an individualized Therapeutic Listening® program will be created by a certified provider and you will be instructed on how to implement the program.
Joylynn Holladay is our certified Therapeutic Listening® provider. If you have any questions about this program, she can be reached at (317) 721-2458, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.