Listening for Autism: An Introduction to the Tomatis Method

by Terra Schreiber, 2014

Parent Map

A magazine hosting “Autism Month” in their April 2014 issue. Various interventions were presented. Dr. Sacarin’s work with children diagnosed on the Autism spectrum using her clinical expertise as well as Dr. Tomatis’ method of sound-stimulation was highlighted in the following article:

Listen to Help Study Habits

by Nick Perry, 2000

Eastside Journal

Highlighted changes in children’s learning abilities and academic performance after attending Tomatis-Effect – Listening Intervention at Dr. Sacarin’s Listening Center located in Seattle and Bellevue, WA. Parent and school consultations are integral part of our treatment approach when using sound stimulation intervention:

UW Care Clinic Clears Path for Disabled

by Sara Jean Green, 2011

Seattle Times

Featured in 2011 an article about the UW Care Clinic led by Dr. Julie Osterling. The UW clinic used to specialize in diagnosing and treating children, teenagers and young adults with various conditions such as: Attention Deficit Disorder (AD/HD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Learning Disabilities (LD), Sensory Processing Disorders and various developmental delays. The facility was a training clinic for doctoral students who completed their doctoral Internship in clinical psychology. Liliana Sacarin was one of the interns of the UW Care Clinic and was interviewed for this article under the section “Putting Pieces Together”: