As a certified and trained SSP clinician, I use this 5-hour auditory intervention to help people struggling with

  • Intense Emotions
  • Auditory sensitivities
  • Anxiety / Depression
  • Inattention / ADHD
  • Insomnia
  • Stress
  • Digestive Issues
  • Motion Sickness
  • Misophonia
  • and more!

If you are not in Georgia, find a local practitioner on the iLS website. 

4-Week Supported SSP Cohort: CLOSED

The monthly cohort provides adults with an affordable alternative to daily therapeutically supported listening sessions with me. To join, check to make sure you can attend all 4 weekly sessions, then complete the application to help me determine if the remote SSP is a good fit. These 4 weekly sessions will provide you with training, experience, and support to help you optimally  engage in the remote listening on your own schedule.

$10 application to determine if remote SSP is appropriate for you.
$500 Remote SSP Cohort Group

  • 4 virtual meetings
  • 1-month SSP subscription
  • Encrypted account
  • Pre/post tests
  • Individualized plan
  • Remote support
  • Nervous System Guide

The SSP is not a quick fix or a replacement for therapy. It is a therapeutic listening program that requires committed engagement to help your nervous system access calm and to create a neural platform for health, growth, and restoration. Although the listening is passive, the experience is intentional, and requires your active engagement. When we push too hard or listen too long, we can exacerbate the symptoms we are trying to ease.

Note: the remote SSP cohort is not an appropriate fit for anyone with high anxiety, an unstable living arrangement (domestic violence, recent divorce, etc.), or if you have untreated trauma.

Remaining 2021 Cohorts

September/October 2021 @ 12p EST
September 23 (1 hour)
September 30 (30 minutes)
October 14 (30 minutes)

For questions, please email

What to expect:

Complete the application, which includes an assessment to help me determine if the remote SSP is appropriate for you. If it is, you will receive an invitation to join the 1-month cohort. If it is not, I will contact you about other possible options.

Attend the initial Group Training Session. We will review the Nervous System Support Guide, engage in a short SSP listening session, and co-create your individualized plan for remote listening sessions.

    • Welcome & App Set-Up (5 mins)
    • How the SSP Works (15 mins)
    • Breakout rooms for supported listening (20 mins)
    • Discuss listening experience (20 mins)
    • Create personalized plan (30 mins)
    • Join the Facebook Group (if you want)
    • Daily check-in until you complete the SSP listening.

Begin the SSP remote listening using the app. You will listen on your own at a time you designate. The amount you listen each day depends on your nervous system. The total listening time is 300 hours, so 20 minutes a day, is a 15 day protocol. The app will record your listening progress, and the Support Guide / Check-In will help you track your experience, which you can use to check in with me and/or the group.

Check-in between sessions are important for independent SSP listening, and changes experienced are best reinfoced through appropriate support, supportive social engagement, and continued therapy. These check-in sessions can be via a private Facebook group, Marco Polo, or an encrypted text app.

Attend the weekly group sessions to receive supportive social engagement, hear shared experiences, problem solve obstacles, ask questions, discuss your progress, and learn about what to expect as your nervous system continues to integrate  new learning.

For questions or to schedule an appointment, please email:


What types of changes might I notice?



  • Less noise sensitivity
  • Increased attention
  • Better sleep
  • More able to relax
  • Increased emotional regulation
  • Greater tolerance for conversation
  • Greater tolerance for noise
  • More eye contact
  • Increased singing and laughter
  • Greater awareness of hunger and satiety
  • More likely to seek physical touch and comfort
  • Less sensory seeking behaviors
  • More likely to express feelings
  • Better able to engage in play with others