Pauline Shannon INPP

A Reflex integration movement programme designed to reduce the effects of developmental delay.


INPP is a Neurodevelopmental therapy and is a completely drug-free and non-invasive treatment, which can help children with specific learning difficulties and adults with anxiety problems. It works to identify retained infant reflexes and to help integrate them appropriately. More about INPP

A typical INPP developmental programme might look like this:

  • ​Phone contact to arrange an initial consultation.

  • An initial consultation up to 1 hour without child present.

  • Full developmental assessment (up to 2 hours) and first exercise provided, to be repeated daily at home.

  • Client repeats daily execersise at home (takes approx. 5 mins).

  • Regular reviews every 8 weeks to review progress and get new exercise (up to one hour).

  • A typical programme will last 9-12 months.


Tomatis programmes music and voice in real time in order to capture the brain’s attention and to develop motor, emotional and cognitive skills. 

The ear is the most powerful sensory integrator of the human body. More than 80% of the stimulation our brain receives comes from our ear. On one hand it has a major role in the cerebral stimulation of the brain, and on the other hand it has a positive action on the cerebral plasticity of the brain. This explains how it interacts in many fields of application. The Tomatis® Method is a complementary tool to most therapeutic or pedagogical support. It makes it possible to multiply the results obtained, and thus significantly reduce the duration of a traditional therapeutic or medical plan. It can be used at any age (children, adults or seniors) and it can be used for one’s personal development to help fight most difficulties and disorders.

  • Learning

  • Voice and language

  • Emotional regulation

  • Motor skills and coordination

  • Autism spectrum

  • Personal development


Individualised Auditory Stimulation Programme


Listening is the ability to use what we hear.  Johansen IAS is a precise and effective way of developing and improving listening skills to help people of all ages to focus effectively on what they hear.


Auditory processing difficulties can affect the development of speech, language and communication, as well as reading and spelling, resulting in dyslexia and/or problems with talking and understanding. Johansen Individualised Auditory Stimulation (JIAS) can help to improve these difficulties.


A typical Johansen IAS programme might look like this:

  • ​Initial phone contact to arrange an assessment.

  • Initial detailed assessment (up to 3 hours).

  • Client downloads app.

  • Client listens to track.

  • Regular reviews every 6 to 8 weeks to review progress   (up to one hour).

  • An Individual code.

  • A typical programme for a child will last 9-12 months.

  • Adult programmes may last up to 18 months.