Raviv Method

What is The Raviv Method ?

The Raviv Method has been developed as a result of current research into how the brain works and how it needs to function for it to acquire learning skills.

The Raviv Method aims to train and develop new neural pathways through specially implemented exercises which simultaneously work the visual, auditory motor centres and between hemispheres. The resulting stronger connections will enable learning to be free of the difficulties previously experienced.

The Raviv Programme consists of five jointly implemented processes:
  • Creating the specific neural structure required for learning
  • Focused strategies for controlling brain activity necessary for attention and concentration
  • Training the brain to control two-dimensional perception
  • Reading, training the brain in phonological skills and maths
  • Learning and memory strategies

Interview with Nili Raviv on Irish TV

How does it work ?

The Raviv Method is built around weekly one-to-one sessions with the practitioner of 50 minutes to one-hour duration. As well as advancing the programme, the weekly contact allows a good working relationship to develop between the client and the practitioner. The work, based on movement, is enjoyable and continually builds on the ongoing achievements of the client.

Usually a complete programme will take up to 20 sessions. This can vary depending on the severity and nature of the difficulties to be overcome. The practitioner will discuss the likely duration with you, before undertaking the programme.

Which Learning Difficulties does The Raviv Method help overcome?

  • Dyslexia
  • Dyspraxia
  • Dyscalculia
  • Language/speech impairment
  • Motor co-ordination problems
  • Memory and concentration difficulties
  • Issues with time and organisation skills
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (AD(H)D)

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