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From sensory processing to executive functioning
Maude will describe the sensory motor building blocks necessary to achieve academic function. Each of the 7 steps will consider several different focus areas to consider as a building block before moving to the next level. The building blocks will start at the basic level of regulation and reflexes, and end at the level of academic achievement.
From sensorimotor development to cognitive skills
Sensorimotor experience is the basis of human development. This experience starts early, at the intrauterine stage. Each sensation will serve as a basis for the child’s development. This development consists of well-defined steps: initially acquiring sensory skills, then motor skills and finally cognitive skills. To optimize our work and the child’s progress, it is essential to assess the child’s current state of development and determine his or her sensorimotor profile before each Tomatis® listening course.
Sensorimotor development of active listening
One’s own voice emerges out of the body’s early interactions with the environment, self, and others. Starting from the roots of sensory motor development, we will trace the primary foundations for active voice work. This developmental perspective can be useful for guiding the development of active listening programs throughout the age span.
The power of Tomatis® listening sessions in autistic kids
This study conducted in Mexico in 2014/2015 on a group of forty autistic children divided into two groups (Tomatis and Placebo Control) produced significant results at different levels (sensorimotor, emotional, language). We will examine the results in detail and illustrate them with videos about the children.
Tomatis® Groove or the introduction to new programs!
The ability to move in time with the music and to feel the beat in your body is a very specific human trait. This is because this trait implies nervous networks that achieved with humans a high level of development and complexity. These same networks are also involved in the executive function development, with the idea that thought is just an extension of movement and that executive functions are deeply rooted in motricity.
Sensorimotor development and primary reflexes
The sensorimotor development is connected with Primary Reflexes. Primary Reflexes are designed and necessary for the intrauterin life only. The activation of Primary Reflexes after birth interfare with the sensorimotor development and status.
An interdisciplinary approach for LEARNING SUCCESS
In this presentation, Marta wishes to build a bridge between listening and sight and thus bring closer two disciplines, neurocognitive optometry and listening training, as a fundamental techniques of dealing with learning disorders, whether due to neurological disruption or to a defect in visual-auditory sensory integration. Visual Neurocognitive Therapy is an excellent method of improving visual skills related to learning.
Step into the future of the Tomatis® Method
The Tomatis® Method will soon celebrate its 70th anniversary and it hasn’t aged a bit! It has never even been as vibrant and dynamic as it is today. And yet, the societal and economic transformations we are experiencing pose a whole set of new challenges for our technique.
Results of a pilot project with 6 persons
In this interdisciplinary approach Tomatis® listening sessions have been combined with regular interactive work with the device Forbrain® and also specific kinaesthetic offers.
Phasic boosting of attentional capabilities with Forbrain®
The results of a new study made at the Brainlab of the University of Barcelona about the impact of Forbrain® on 32 healthy participants assigned randomly in 2 groups will be presented.
What would Alfred Tomatis think about SLI?
Specific Language Impairment (SLI) is one of the most serious communication disorders. It is common language disability where the key problem is the difficulty in acquiring the skills of the mother tongue. The presentation will discuss problems of diagnosis SLI and the possibility of using the Tomatis® Method in the process of therapy for patients with severe SLI.
Tomatis® Method in children with Central auditory Processing Disorder
We will review the preliminary results of a study done at Children’s General hospital in Warsaw in 2015/2016 on children with Central Auditory Processing Disorders. These children will follow a standard Tomatis® program as well as some Forbrain® sessions in complement.
How Forbrain® helps singers and vocalists to warm up their voices, maintain pitch and resonance
his presentation will also show you through a video how a singing school in Australia has implemented Forbrain® and will not do another way now. Every singers or musician of all ages will not start a lesson or a gig without Forbrain®.
On the importance of the voice and the active phase
The Tomatis® Method is part of the program for the preparatory class of the French National Theatre Academy in Paris. The presentation of this significant experiment highlights the impact of the active phase for the effectiveness of the Tomatis® Method and emphasizes the essential role of the voice in the construction of self and self-expression
Forbrain® impact on reading processes
The Forbrain® device recently appeared on the market with the promise of improving reading cognitives skills. This research focuses on Forbrain’s functioning and aims at quantifying the potential improvements on reading skills of pupils aged 7 to 8, from a school in Malaga, Spain. To do so, we conducted an experimental study by using Forbrain® for 10 minutes per day during 10 days, with pre and post evaluation and a control group who didn’t used the device.
The Tomatis® Method for teaching/learning a foreign language
After studying translation and interpreting in Paris, Isabel Cristina got her translating degree in Spanish, English and French languages. Since 1987, she has been working as a translator and a translation and French teacher. And as a French Teacher.
Stimulating attentional and verbal skills among stuttering persons
Results overview of a study conducted at the Barcelona University Brain Lab about Forbrain®’s impact on a person suffering from a severe stuttering. Besides the impact on attentional skills, potential consequences are forecasted on verbal abilities, anxiety and general well-being.
The voice in the Tomatis® Method: Why? How?
The audio-vocal loop plays a fundamental role in the Tomatis® Method. The purpose of this presentation will be to understand the use of the voice in the background in the listening program and to propose new approaches to the active phase based on the development of the Method and the tools used (Forbrain® and TalksUp®).
TOMATIS® Stress Rehabilitation Statistical Analysis
Maria Moell Lundqvist presents strong statistical proof of faster return to work during sick leave, and lasting results after stress rehabilitation with the Tomatis® Method.
The study was performed at Tomatis® Nordiska in Stockholm, Sweden from 2003 to 2011 and includes pre, post and 6 months’ follow-up measurements for 100 clients with severe stress symptoms.
Previous versions of this work have been presented at the Tomatis® Conventions in Mexico 2007 and Panama 2011. This time, Maria has added a control (comparison) group from a well-known Swedish stress rehabilitation clinic to clearly demonstrate just how effective the Tomatis® Method is.
The development of the Tomatis Method® up to now and a perspective to the future told by the Little Prince
This video is a little fable through the Little Prince’s words. It highlights in a poetical way and manner the Tomatis® Method evolutions, from its creation to nowadays and concludes with future perspectives. This video is a piece of relaxation and tenderness.