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Are you ready to help your clients achieve better results in a shorter amount of time? Complete your certification and begin offering proven neuroscience-based music listening therapy in your practice.

The Listening Program® can benefit both children and adults, and its uses are wide ranging—from rehabilitation to learning, wellness, and peak performance in athletics, music, and academics. TLP can be used in schools, hospitals, therapy clinics, assisted living facilities, corporate offices, and homes, as well as on military bases through our GSA contract.

Foundational Training

The Listening Program®

Our evidence-based in-home interventions support the brain through a natural developmental approach. Just as it’s possible to strengthen the body through exercise, it’s possible to change the brain through targeted training—which our scientifically designed music provides.

The Listening Program® is an effective stand-alone intervention and can be an adjunct to other therapies such as Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, Music Therapy, and Behavioral Therapy (ABA), whether for rehabilitation, peak performance, learning, or improvements in areas from executive function deficits to sleep issues. The Listening Program can also be integrated into neurodevelopmental programs, the Greenspan Floortime Approach, the Son-Rise Program, Relational Developmental Intervention (RDI), the SCERTS educational model, biomedical approaches, neurofeedback training, and other complementary methods for treating developmental disorders such as autism spectrum disorder.

Specialized Training

Once you have completed your foundational training with The Listening Program®, expand your knowledge with a specialized training course and add additional tools to your practice. Our specialized programs complement The Listening Program® and can help you provide more solutions for your clients and further benefits, too—from better sleep to reduced stress, improved coordination, and greater wellness.



inTime provides a personalized program of listening training and fun movement activities using body, drum, and voice to help anyone, child or adult, keep the beat and flow with the rhythms of daily life.

Created by experts in how sound affects brain health and function, the inTime program features original compositions based on a blend of world music. InTime can be used to improve social and emotional function, auditory processing, communication, executive function, creative expression, motor coordination, stress response, self-awareness, musicality, and more. Progressive rhythm-based training stimulates four frequency zones associated with different brain areas and their related functions during the course of a personalized listening schedule.

The world music of inTime, pleasant for clients to listen to, was developed by the multidisciplinary team behind The Listening Program® and produced by occupational therapist Sheila Allen, composer and musician Nacho Arimany, and co-author of Healing at the Speed of Sound and founder and CEO of Advanced Brain Technologies Alex Doman.

The Movement Program

The Movement Program is an evidence-based program for educators and therapists and a perfect complement to both The Listening Program® and inTime.

The Movement Program engages the body and brain with enjoyable, video-based activities. Training to use this program with clients takes just 3 hours, helping professionals to offer extra benefits and solutions to clients. You can help improve your clients’ brain function and health and increase their balance, coordination, and concentration by using The Movement Program in a clinic, in the client’s home—and more. Professionals working with children ages 8-13 with academic challenges, poor grades, learning disabilities, dyslexia, speech-language disorders, attention disorders, poor reading, sensory processing disorder, and other neurodevelopmental and learning difficulties will especially appreciate the benefits of offering TMP.

TMP becomes progressively more challenging for clients, helping develop strong visual, auditory, rhythm, motor, and learning skills as a result of daily use over the course of 12 weeks. Upon successful completion of our free 3-hour training course, professionals will be able to understand which clients will benefit the most from The Movement Program and how to implement it into their practice.

TLP has given my 80-year old client the gift of choice. As an intelligent, dynamic, independent woman, she could choose to live alone as she preferred, choose to use TLP rather than pharmacology to lessen her anxiety, and choose to improve one of the most vital skills in aging: communication. This has given her the ability to live her life as she wishes, with dignity and ability. That is the…

Sharon Wilcox, MS

It’s amazing what taking 15 minutes to dance with your brain can do to improve your overall brain function! With TLP, I experienced a change in my emotional responses. I used it to increase my mood and decrease my stress. Now I offer it to my clients to improve their ability to learn, communicate and process information. Watch Video

Leigh Richardson, MS, NCC, LPC, BCN, CCTP

The Brain Performance Center

As a medical doctor, I find TLP to be a powerful tool. The success we have seen with patients who utilize this program has been groundbreaking in many cases​, including improvements in or acquisition of new developmental, language, social, emotional, and academic skills. In our population of patients, we use TLP to address chronic stress, anxiety, depression, decreased cognitive function, poor memory, and other brain dysfunction. TLP is really a…

Allen T. Lewis, MD

Sancta Familia Center for Integrative Medicine

Of all of the different therapies and approaches I have used over the past 15 years working with specialists who treat children and adults with various needs, TLP has been the one therapy that has shown the most consistency and impacts the whole brain. It is an important part of other treatment modalities and therapies used to care for a person, making the overall treatment process more effective and more…

Angie Woodward

TLP Certified Provider and Patient Liason

TLP provides a “safe signal,” priming the nervous system for success. The body’s vagus and other sensory and motor nerves respond as predicted by the social engagement theory. I consistently see improvements in vision, social connection, and behavior with my clients. TLP improves their ability to process sound frequencies that lead to a sense of security, safety, and achievement.

Patti Andrich OTR/L, COVT

Occupational & Vision Therapist

As an Audiologist and Speech-Language Pathologist, I have observed many benefits since incorporating The Listening Program in my therapy to supplement, complement, and facilitate auditory processing skills. It’s all about creating our internal body, mind, and spirit homeostasis by expanding the window of tolerance within us to the ever-changing external world of multi-sensory stimulation. I have seen significant changes in my patient population, including those with deficits in auditory function,…

Kavita Kaul, M.S., AuD, CCC−SLP/A

I am so excited to be a part of Advanced Brain Technologies because The Listening Program is truly fantastic. My clients see improvements with sleep, attention and focus, organizational behavior, and sensory processing abilities. It’s so easy, it’s almost scary! TLP gives our brain exercise every day, and that’s why I love it so much. So if you’re thinking about adding something as a therapist, TLP is a great option…

Rachel Harrington, COTA

The Sensory Project

I have been using TLP consistently with my clients since 2008. Each TLP Core Program has the power to lay the foundation and ready the body for sensory regulation, calming, and decreasing the stress response. It helps to optimize motor planning, perception and enhances overall auditory processing abilities, all of which are critical for full participation and achievements in higher-level learning! Read More

Nancy Marin

Occupational Therapist



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