Sound Therapy

Sound Therapy uses sound, music, and specialist instruments played in therapeutic ways, combined with deep self-reflection techniques to improve health and well-being. Sound therapy has been used with behavioral disorders including autism spectrum disorders to improve skills in areas such as communication, social skills, sensory issues, behavior, cognition, perceptual/motor skills, self-reliance and self-determination. Sound Therapy is also used with children who have learning disabilities to help them normalize the ability to accurately perceive sensory information. Sessions may be done in group classes or individually and may include such therapies as chanting, singing bowls, or gongs.