Movement Programme:
What is INPP?
What is Developmental Delay?
How is that first year of life linked to my child's difficulties today?
Sound Therapy:
What is Johansen Individualised Auditory Stimulation (JIAS)?
How JIAS Works
Who can benefit from JIAS?
Listening and Language
Appointment Structure
About Sarah
Contact Sarah
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Sarah Marshall
M.A. Hons (Psych)
Neuro Developmental Therapist (INPP)
Sound Therapist (JIAS)


Treatment is drug free and non-invasive.

INPP Movement Programme:

This comprises a series of physical exercises based on early movements made by the developing child in the first year(s) of life. The exercises are designed to retrain the reflex pathways and thereby improve the control of balance, posture, voluntary movement, visual functioning and perceptual difficulties. The INPP Programme addresses the root cause of difficulties and not just the symptoms displayed. A typical programme will take 5-10 minutes a day over a period of about 12 months. Progress is reviewed at 6-8 week intervals, and the exercises changed when appropriate.

Johansen Individualised Auditory Stimulation:

This involves listening to a CD for 10 minutes each day over a period of around 9 months. A different CD is listened to every 8 weeks. These CDs stimulate the nerve pathways into the brain and cover a range of different frequencies. The aim is to secure ear advantage and move the hearing curve as near to the optimum as possible to aid processing and allow the child to hear the individual sounds in language better.