Reba F. Adams, RN – Dallas, Texas, USA
The psychiatrist told me, “Your daughter is a schizophrenic and always will be.” At the age of sixteen she underwent a complete personality change as a result of a severe hypoglycemic attack, and a fall in which she struck her forehead on a file cabinet. From being active and popular, with a wonderful sense of humor, she became irritable and suspicious, dropped her friends and became a regular recluse. She would not talk on the phone nor eat at the table, but took her meals to her room to eat behind closed doors. Her coordination was poor, very mechanical, like a doll. She became unable to sleep and would go days without even an hour’s sleep.
That was ten years ago. She has been doing Sound Therapy for six months and is better in so many ways I hardly know where to begin. She will initiate conversations again, and occasionally I hear her deep joyous laughter that I have missed so much these past years. She is calmer, and has obtained her driver’s license, she has started work on her education, with the assistance of a tutor provided through a special program, and she wears a Sound Therapy player to class. The Sound Therapy player is worn from the time she gets up until bedtime every day. She has come so far that I really cannot say enough about this wonderful therapy.