Berard AIT in the News



Dr. Guy Berard was a man ahead of his time. He was a true pioneer, with the courage to explore and challenge long-held beliefs. Known for his life philosophy of “efficiency”, he applied this principle to all of his work. It was his belief in efficiency that led him to develop his method of auditory integration training, now known as Berard AIT. Through years of painstaking work, with a critical eye for clinical detail, his method evolved and became the most efficient, in terms of cost, time invested, and client outcome, of any of the sound-based programs that have followed. If imitation is the greatest form of flattery, the dozens of sound interventions that have been developed based on Dr. Guy Berard’s method attest to his genius.

His memory will be honored and cherished by all who were fortunate to know him, as well as by the tens of thousands who benefit from his world-renowned Berard AIT method. Berard practitioners, clients, and friends will not only remember the extraordinary dedication of Dr. Berard and the impact he has had on all of us, but will continue his mission to improve the lives of thousands of children and adults – bringing relief, hope, and better lives to families worldwide.

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Berard Auditory Integration Training: Behavior Changes Related to Sensory Modulation: Research on changes in behaviors and sensory modulation after Berard AIT, published in peer-reviewed journal, Autism Insights. This is an open-access, online journal easily available to readers around the world. There is no fee to read the article. Source:

Scientists Probe the Origins of Dyslexia (Feb 2012) Although Berard AIT is not directly discussed, this article helps explain why some people with sound processing difficulties respond well to Berard AIT. Source:

Diets in Review (Sept 2009) Source:

Using Berard AIT to Enhance Functional Performance and improve Quality of Life (Aug 2009) Click here to read this article online. Source:  The Autism File, Issue 32, 2009

Autism One: A Conversation of Hope (Aug 2009) Source: The VoiceAmerica™ Talk Radio Network (Autism One: A Conversation of Hope with host Teri Arranga)

Unbreak Your Health Interview (Dec 2008) Berard AIT Podcast