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  • How The Listening Therapy successfully treats:
    Depression

    Lack of enthusiasm, fatigue and low energy - these are the most frequent and commonly heard complaints from clients suffering from depression and chronic fatigue syndrome.

    These people often experience a profound sadness. They feel remorse and nostalgia toward their past, have lost interest in their present life and have apprehension about the future.....their lack of energy affect their voice, their posture, their concentration etc... Soon these people will start to cut themselves off from their social life, convinced no one is interest in them.

    For the ones who seek medicine, they will be offered medication or psychotherapy, sometimes both. But for many the process is very long and sometimes unsuccessful.

    For the past 40 years, the Method of Professor Tomatis has been successfully treating a number of clients suffering from these problems. His initial research with singers, musicians and hearing loss led to a greater understanding of the role of the ear, which is far from being limited to the auditory function. In some ways we could say that the auditory function comes last, once the ears are able to assume their initial function. First of all the main function of the ear is to give tremendous energy to the brain, secondly the ears control the posture and induce a good vertical posture so that a person not only hears but starts to listen.

    The Listening Therapy, which consists of a stimulation of the ear via the Electronic Listening Device* gives a big boost of energy and retrains the ears to energise the brain. Quickly the ears induce a better posture and one starts to experience a feeling of well being, and also a desire to listen deeply to one another and to communicate more.

    The correction of the listening distortion will alter our perception of the world, including ourselves and the others. It will help to achieve a better clarity in mind and therefore a better sense of direction. It enables people to take control of their life again with enthusiasm.

    * The Electronic Ear: A set of headphones, a microphone and a system of electronic 'gates' which filter sounds to specific frequencies - altogether a sort of working model of the real ear. The device trains the ear to function without distortion, until ones own ears can do the job themselves, unaided.

    Case Studies: Jessica's Story or Roxanne's Story or Jackie's Story

     

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