Now in its eleventy edition, this is the fascinating story of Patricia Joudry's transformation through Sound Therapy. Due to sound sensitivity, Patriica's life was an obstacle course of fearsome noise. The resulting stress meant chronic exhaustion and years of insomnia. Unexpected events led to a discovery that changed her life. Just a few weeks of Sound Therapy meant peaceful sleep and a new breakthrough in energy she had never dreamed possible, Patricia's self help Sound Therapy has helped thousands and found its way by word of mouth to over 45 countries. Read documented results for: Tinnitus: ringing in the ears Chronic fatigue Insomnia, stress and anxiety Hearing loss Sound sensitivity Dizziness, Meniere's disease Travel sickness and jet lag ADD and other learning problems Memory and concentration Patricia's story will inspire anyone who has suffered a noise related problem. Now fully updated with the latest clinical results by Rafaele Joudry, founder of Sound Therapy International.
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Patricia Joudry 1921-2000 Canadian playwright, novelist and mother of five daughters, Patricia Joudry, put Tomatis's Sound Therapy into the public arena in 1984 with her gournd breaking book "Sound Therapy for the Walkman". She toured and lectured on Sound Therapy around North America and the world for ten years before returning to full time writing. Rafaele Joudry Founder and Director of Sound Therapy International Rafaele Joudry was educated in England and Canada where she completed a Bachelor of Social Work before emigrating to Australia. After learning of Sound Therapy and the work of the brilliant French ear specialist, Dr Tomatis, while working in France, Rafaele helped her mother to pioneer the ground breaking technology of Sound Therapy. They were assisted in this endeavour by the Benedictine Monks at St Peters Abbey in Saskatchewan and Rafaele has since brought the program to thousands of families around the world. Now a leading Australian speaker and author, Rafaele lectures constantly both nationally and internationally, holds training courses for professionals and is currently conducting research into the effect of sound upon the ear. She is committed to finding and providing solutions for natural hearing improvement and better brain performance. A strong interest in learning and child development fuelled her work in preschool education and family services and she has dedicated several years to research and public education on the subject of child development and environmental health. Since the release of her first two books: Sound Therapy: Music to Recharge your Brain (1999) and Triumph Over Tinnitus (2001) her speaking engagements to self helps groups and conferences have numbered well over 500, including a successful tour of the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Dozens of radio interviews have been broadcast throughout Australia, generating an unprecedented number of enquires from the general public and professionals alike. A collaboration between the Joudrys and Ostrander and Schroeder, authors of three best selling Superlearning books, took Rafaele to New York and the start of some interesting work linking Sound Therapy with accelerated learning methods originated by Bulgarian Dr Lozanov. Her latest book, Why Aren’t I Learning? (2004) focusing on easy, practical, non invasive treatments, responds to a growing need from families to address an array of learning and developmental disorders. Rafaele has created a new compilation of cutting edge resources which can help restore children’s learning abilities by enhancing sensory integration. Rafaele also co-ordinates a team of clinically based researchers to further advance knowledge of how Sound Therapy benefits brain function and learning.Review:
I had tinnitus for 35 years. After six weeks of Sound Therapy it stopped completely and has not returned. --Kelvin Pleming
I was fascinated by this book which I read between dawn and breakfast in one sitting. --From the foreward by Yehudi Menuhin
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Book Description Sound Therapy International, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110957924615