MAKING SOUND WORK FOR YOU
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One of the main functions of the ear is to transmit to the brain the energy received from sounds. The ear acts as a dynamo which feeds the nervous system to maximize its efficiency. Tiredness, headaches at the end of the school day,...
The idea that the brain is “plastic”, or changeable, has been around since the 19th century, but it was well into the second half of the 20th century before it became accepted as fact and proven in functional MRI scans. Until...
The Listening Centre is a private clinic established in 1978, using listening training - a combination of modified sound (music and voice) as neurostimulation and counseling - as the primary modes of intervention.
There is a major distinction between hearing and listening. While hearing is the passive, involuntary function of sound perception, listening is active and voluntary. When well developed or well trained, the listening function allows us to...