What Are Brainwave Sounds?

As described in the October 1973 Scientific American journal article (pp 94-102) titled “Auditory Beats in the Brain,” published by Dr. Gerald Foster of the Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Kathleen’s research is based on the use of Therapeutic Sounds, also known as binaural sounds, a phenomenon where stereo headphones are used to direct sounds/signals separately to both ears. Binaural sounds are a consequence of the interaction of perceptions within the brain, and it is believed that they can be used to investigate some of the brain’s processes. After Kathleen and her daughter personally experienced the great benefits of Alpha Theta Training, she went on to create a wellness program to help alleviate Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) using Alpha Theta (binaural) Sounds.  Alpha Theta Sounds are associated with conditions in the human body, whether they be emotional, mental, or physical, and are specifically tailored for each individual’s needs. The results are promising and a true testament to what decades of research by known scientists has already acknowledged.* Kathleen is committed to furthering her research by piloting studies with universities and medical centers to study the effectiveness of her formula and to infinitely expand the physical conditions and states-of-mind with which it is can be used.

Kathleen’s initiative has given birth to the Wellness Sound Room located at the Wholesome Health Lounge, 913 18th Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee. Whether it is your goal to simply relax and return to your true self or to address a specific issue, you can select from  a collection of condition-based sounds in a private setting. Contact Kathleen at RDRCenter@gmail.com or (615) 636-1962 to schedule an appointment or if you are interested in receiving a personalized sound that is specific to an emotional, mental or physical condition you wish to address. Read the customized wellness sound testimonials HERE.

* An informative collection of research done in this field can be found at http://www.centerpointe.com/articles/articles-research.