Auditory Integration Training (AIT) was developed by Dr. Guy Berard to successfully treat his own impending deafness. Dr Berard , a french Otolaryngologist (ENT), found that AIT helped to retrain listening skills of clients diagnosed with auditory processing disorders, dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, Hyperactivity, depression addictive behaviors, tinnitus and autism. Using his electronic device, the Audiokinetron, Dr. Berard administered AIT to over eight thousand clients. In the majority of cases there was significant improvements in behavioral and learning problems. The principles of AIT and a summary of various case histories are presented in hearing equal behavior, G Beraed, 1982. more testimonies appear in the sound of miracle, 1991, and dancing in the rain, Annabel Stehli,, 1995 AIT is administered by a trained clinician First, a listening test and /or interview is given to assess the need and appropriateness of AIT. The therapy consists of 20 half-hour sessions over 10 to 12 days. If need be , AIT can be repeated in 6,9, or 12 months During the sessions, music is played through the device which "modulates and gates" the output to give the ear/brain a kiesthetic workout. The clinician regulates the device according to the individual needs. The presentation of "randomized music" helps to form new ear/brain processing patterns, hopefully replacing the old pathways there are many ways that AIT helps the indivial with improvements in Awareness and interaction Responsiveness Appropriate affect and expresion Articulation Vocal intensity Auditory comprehension Ability to set priorities Social behaviors Responsibility in school Ability to function in a lees restrictive Comfort level Ability to focus attention sensory intergration