ADHD neurotherapy is a type of treatment that uses sound to help lower impulsivity in children. Studies have shown that this type of therapy can be effective in reducing impulsivity by more than 50%.
ADHD neurotherapy typically involves the use of audio entrainment, which is a process whereby the brain is exposed to certain types of rhythms that remind the brain of focus and executive functions, so that the listener can practice them like learning music. It can be used while a person studies, relaxes, or meditates.
Our website is dedicated to making this process available worldwide in homes and schools. You can learn more on the front page at www.soundtherapy.com.
SoundTherapy.com uses a clinical guide that is uses by practitioners around the world, and our process has been taught to Staff from The Mayo Clinic, Hazelden, Passages- Malibu, The University of Minnesota Medical Center, The Department of Health and Human Services- Minnesota, and Elsewhere. There is a 7 day free trial, the service is less than Netflix for a family, and you can learn more about how it works or sign up to try it at www.SoundTherapy.com.