Tomatis-Effect in Seattle

Events and Introductory Sessions for Parents and Educators

Tomatis-Effect Open House:

Monday, March 7, 2011
Tuesday, March 29, 2011

From 7:00-8:30 PM in our Seattle Office. Please RSVP here

This introductory session presents information about Dr. Alfred Tomatis' research, his Tomatis Method and its multiple applications, and our Center's work with the original and complete program as developed by Dr. Alfred Tomatis.

We will also present our unique integration of the Tomatis auditory training technique with other learning and communication strategies and methods for effectively enhancing learning potential and optimizing personal development in both children and adults.

These free evening sessions take place at the Sacarin Listening, Movement and Development Center's Seattle office (address below). Please contact our Seattle office (206-522-8873) to register and reserve your place.


Previous Lectures and Workshops for Professionals and Parents

Tomatis Listening Education and Sensory-Motor Integration and Relational Development based Approaches for children on the Autism Spectrum
April 13, 2005
Presentation at Seattle Asperger's Syndrome/HFA Education and Support Group

Tomatis Listening Education Programs, Sensory-Motor Education - their Role in School Learning
April 9/10, 2005
Workshop at the Home based Education Curriculum Conference in Wasilla, Alaska

Tomatis Listening Education and Sensory-Motor Integration for children with Autism
February 2, 2005
Presentation at Children's Therapy Unit - Puyallup Hospital

The role of Sensory-Motor Development  and SI-based approaches when working with the Tomatis Listening System in an integrative program
November 13/14, 2004
Training for The Swain Center / The Listening Center, Santa Rosa, California

I. Flehmig, M.D., Ph.D. Child Development Institute, Hamburg Germany
Lecture
February 27- March 1, 2001
Lecture on psycho-motor integration and group social-dynamics when working with children who have Autism, PDD, Asperger's and other disabilities. Class for educators, Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Pathologists, and Psychologists was part of their training and certification program in Sensory-Motor Integration.

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