A unique sound therapy

Child enjoying Johansen music

This unique sound therapy helps children and adults with auditory processing difficulties. It rebalances the hearing process with an individualised programme. The Johansen Individualised Auditory Stimulation programme is the only sound therapy which uses information from audiometric tests to arrange tailor-made musical compositions for an individual’s sensory processing profile.

The benefits of listening to Johansen music

The Johansen IAS programme can contribute to improvements in:

  • Attention
  • Concentration
  • Learning
  • Listening
  • Reading
  • Social skills
  • Spelling
  • Understanding

The programme is suitable for children from the age of three, as well as adolescents and adults.

Woman relaxing with Johansen music

How your auditory processing is assessed

I will measure your capacity to hear a wide range of frequencies using an audiometer and conduct a series of listening and movement tests to check how you process sound. Your auditory profile is sent away to the Johansen specialist who will arrange the appropriate music compositions to stimulate your individual auditory processing system.

The client then listens to the tracks in a set order over a period of some weeks.  Reviews will take place every 4-10 weeks, depending on the client’s age, and a new CD will be made for the next stage in their auditory stimulation programme.

About Johansen IAS

The Danish teacher and psychologist Dr Kjeld Johansen first developed the programme in the 1970s, after researching ways to help children and adults who had auditory processing difficulties.  There are now trained Providers in 18 countries for this programme.

The music has been specially composed in collaboration with the musician Bent-Peder Holbech as a result of intensive research into both music and medical theories about the differing functions of the left and right ear. The Johansen music gently organises auditory processing by stimulating the nerve pathways, particularly to the areas dealing with language.

Further information

Contact me , your local Johansen IAS Provider, to make an appointment.

See also the Johansen Alpha programme for schools.

Further information about this unique therapy can be found at www.johansenias.com

Clinic address

Julia Willcock
Neuro Development Therapist

The Beechwood Complementary Medical Practice
41 Hills Road
Cambridge
CB2 1NT

Please use my mobile for appointments:
07717 825682

Client feedback

“I am delighted to report that there is a deliciously normal child emerging in our house at the moment! It’s really exciting to watch and is transforming our family life. Thank you so much for setting us off on this path”

Rachel, for her 9 year old son

INPP Screening Questionnaire

If you think your child has symptoms of neuro-motor immaturity, fill in the free online INPP Screening Questionnaire and I will contact you.

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