Samonas Auditory Intervention is a scientifically and artistically structured auditory intervention program that uses music, voice and nature sounds to re-map and restore the brain's ability to process sound. Ingo Steinbach, a German sound engineer with a broad background in music, physics, and electronics, developed this method through 20 years of research.

Used by over 3,000 practitioners worldwide, Samonas Auditory Intervention has proven effective in children and adults of all ages. Because Samonas is a home-based therapy program, it can be done at anytime of day, in the place where your child is most comfortable: your home.

The auditory system is linked to many parts of the mind/body system. Due to this linking the effects of sound therapy can be far reaching. Therapists, parents and educators have witnessed positive change in areas such as learning disabilities, auditory processing, sensory integration, attention and focus, balance/coordination and memory, language and communication.

Samonas is an individualized sound therapy program that combines the essential elements of music, sound and science in specialized recordings.

Through 20 years of research Ingo Steinbach developed a system offering support for:

  • learning disabilities
  • attention deficit / hyperactivity
  • speech & language
  • communication
  • memory & information processing
  • focusing & organization
  • spatial & bilateral organization
  • task management
  • motivation

Greatest benefit may be achieved by working with a therapist with a specific professional background such as occupational therapy, neurodevelopment, special education, audiology or speech and language to name a few.

When attempting to overcome specific challenges it is essential to have experience in the targeted area of need. These individuals have an assortment of techniques to combine with Samonas Sound Therapy. Professionals also have the experience to handle any circumstances that may be presented while Samonas is administered.

An Auditory Intervention program is most effective when used in conjunction with therapy (i.e. Speech and/or Occupational Therapy) or programs currently in place. It is not recommended as a replacement for other therapies or medications that have been prescribed by a doctor.