Our long-time friend and colleague, Gayle Moyers, has just published an outstanding book.
In this inspirational, easy to read book, Gayle recounts her many years and different experiences in education. Learn about the discoveries she made and applied, to create the Learning Ears® program, which utilizes The Listening Program® as an integral component. Gayle has been a Certified TLP Provider since 1999 and is also an ABT adjunct faculty member.
To date Learning Ears has helped more than 2,700 students and 500 adults transform their learning capacity. You will read about a boy with autism who learns to read in just 5 months and tells his mother he loves her for the first time. A 13-year-old girl finally reads her first book. A boy leaps from the 47th to 98th percentile in math, without math tutoring! A woman conquers her fear and anxiety and gets her career back on track.
Alex Doman, founder and CEO of Advanced Brain Technologies and creator of The Listening Program wrote the forward for Gayle’s book:
“Listening with the intent to understand is perhaps the greatest gift we can give ourselves and others. It is a gateway to learning, which rewards you with wisdom over a lifetime.
My dear friend and colleague of over twenty-five years, Gayle Moyers, Certified Educational Therapist is a champion of listening and learning. She has devoted her career to her craft and helped countless children, teens and adults fine-tune their brains and achieve their optimal potential.
In Tune Up Your Brain, she generously shares her personal journey to discover and learn more about music, the brain and learning.
Her knowledge, expertise and experience has allowed her to develop new and effective, methods and interventions for those who are underachieving at work or school.
I have personally witnessed the power of her work to unleash the latent potential in others, allowing their once dim light to shine bright for the world to enjoy.
This book is a must-read for any professional or parent who wants to positively impact the life of a struggling adult or child, so they too can shine.”