graduated in psychology from La Sorbonne in Paris 1973.
He moved to Canada in 1978 to create The Listening Centre.
The Centre was the first clinical facility in America to use the listening training with sound stimulation; it was founded by Dr. Alfred Tomatis and Paul
has also helped create a dozen Centres throughout the US and Mexico.
An international authority on listening, Paul
is the author of When Listening Comes Alive (1993), now available in ten languages.
is the author to numerous articles on subjects related to the educational and therapeutic value of music and voice.
primary focus is on listening training for children with developmental and learning problems specifically in areas of auditory processing, ADHD, learning disabilities, and autistic spectrum disorders.
Aside from his
clinical work, Paul
dedicates a lot of time transmitting his
knowledge and raising awareness to educators, health care practitioners, singers and musicians.
Experience", "The Ear-Voice Connection" and "Listening Fitness
" are some of the themes of his
article "Listening and Singing" was published in the Journal of Singing
also presented "The Listening Ear" at the Music Teachers' National Association Conference
in Seattle, 2005.
Drawing from his
35 years of clinical experience, Paul
developed a portable audio device called the "LiFT®" (Listening Fitness Trainer), and "The Listening Fitness Instructor's Course".