Presenting isms (challenges) with pragmatics of language (the subtleties of language that support clearer understanding), social skills, understanding the complexities of communication, as well as general awareness of the world around them are all isms that sound therapy can support.
The foundation of The Davis Model of Sound Intervention™ is to balance how people with all isms and of all ages function at the cellular level and within the Voice-Ear-Brain Connection ™, a subtle energy system within the body. By determining where the imbalance lies within these two connections, the process to move toward re-patterning and balancing can begin. This is accomplished with our diagnostic evaluation that takes the guesswork out of which therapy to use. For some, the process can be quite lengthy, and cumbersome. For others, the change occurs more quickly.
Intervention: Vibrational Sound Energy
Our model uses vibrational sound energy to stimulate the cells of the body, the vestibular/motor portion of the ear, the hearing portion of the ear, the circulatory system, the nervous system, the soft tissue network of the body, and more. With this stimulation and as the body works towards its re-balancing, the body returns to a more normalized form and function. As a result, rhythm patterns necessary to understand the inflections and subtle nuances within our speech patterns are more easily understood and comprehended.
Speech sounds become clearer for both understanding and producing language. As a result, communication improves.
As sound becomes less overly distracting and more importantly comprehended, each person is more aware of the world around them with better clarity.
In addition to these types of changes, our clients also report change with posture, fine and gross motor skills, attention and focus skills, reading comprehension, balance and coordination skills, body movement and rhythm skills, and eye contact. Clients have reported that they cope better with uncertainty in their life, ask more appropriate questions, take better notes in class, write more creatively, and are able to take turns better. They are aware of the importance of sharing and waiting for others.
Sound-based therapy provides the opportunity for those with various isms to function with others more connectedly and more easily. One young man who received our services at age 16, returned at age 21 to ensure that he would be able to succeed with college life. His comment to me on his return was, “Before I came to you at age 16, I was always made to feel ‘special’. After I received your sound-based therapy protocol back then, I felt ‘normal’ for the first time in my life. I am leaving for college soon, and I want to make sure that those benefits continue as I start college.” He let me know later that he was able to eventually live in a dorm and he began to make friends on campus. His sound-based therapy protocol re-patterned how he processed and used the sounds around him and within him efficiently, bringing him to a place where his communication skills were better received by everyone in his environment.