Interactive Metronome (IM) is an advanced brain-based treatment program designed to promote and enhance brain performance. Clients learn to: focus and attend for longer periods of time, increase physical endurance and stamina, filter out internal and external distractions, improve ability to monitor mental and physical actions as they are occurring, and progressively improve performance. Interactive Metronome (IM) is based on the theories of temporal processing and is supported by tightly controlled randomized clinical research. IM is used with both children and adults, and is currently being used in many public and private schools, therapy centers, athletic training facilities, rehabilitation facilities and music school throughout the country. Click here to read selected research studies involving Interactive Metronome.
The Interactive Metronome training program usually consists of about 15 one-hour private sessions with a Certified IM Practitioner which can be completed in just 5-7 weeks. Some individuals will need more than 15 sessions if they have unusually impaired rhythm and timing skills. We recognize that this program requires a significant commitment of time and energy.
Commitment to complete the course is necessary in order to ensure results.