"A Better Brain . . . A Better You!"

Pat Mattas, Certified Provider of The Listening Program and Authorized Provider of inTime

What is The Listening Program (TLP)?

The Listening Program is a beautiful blend of art and science. Systematic training is achieved by listening to psychoacoustically modified classical music which trains the brain to process sound more efficiently.  TLP’s psychoacoustically modified music and patent-pending production techniques are designed to stimulate or “exercise” the different functions of the auditory processing system.  This enables the brain to better receive, process, store, and utilize information.  TLP fits easily into anyone's schedule and only requires 15 minutes of daily listening (5 days on and 2 days off).  The Listening Program impacts balance, coordination, sensory processing, sleep, memory, concentration, attention, self-regulation, learning, communication, energy, mood, stress response, and auditory processing - which are areas of serious concern for many children, adults, and the elderly.   Learn More


Who Can Benefit from The Listening Program (TLP)?

People of all ages and stages of life can benefit from The Listening Program - from the very young to the elderly.  Learn More

  • Learning disorders                                             
  • Attention disorders                                       
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Sleep disorders
  • Reading difficulties
  • Writing difficulties
  • Sensory-sensitivity issues
  • Auditory processing disorders
  • Social engagement issues
  • Memory difficulties
  • Disease states
  • Communication difficulties
  • Stress
  • Self-regulation

What Are The Listening Program's Brain Focus Areas?

Social & Emotional:

  • Self-confidence
  • Compassion
  • Social interactions
  • Mood regulation
  • Conflict resolution

Creative Expression:

  • Open thinking
  • Creative thinking
  • Innovation
  • Problem-solving
  • Musicality
  • Visual arts

Motor Coordination:

  • Balance
  • Body awareness
  • Fine motor skills
  • Coordination
  • Gross motor skills
  • Activity level

Stress Response:

  • Stress reduction
  • Relaxation
  • Less-overwhelmed
  • Improved sleep
  • Reduction in nervous habits

Executive Function:

  • Self-control
  • Attention
  • Memory
  • Behavior
  • Organization
  • Time management


  • Receptive/expressive language
  • Verbal comprehension
  • Reading comprehension
  • Oral/written communication
  • Voice quality
  • Understanding body language

Auditory Processing:

  • Listening
  • Following verbal directions
  • Focusing with background noise
  • Comfort with sound
  • Understanding tone of voice
  • Sound discrimination