iLs Referral Program
Make Music and Movement Multiply
It’s important to share and give back.
The iLs Referral Program aims to do just that. For every professional you refer who completes iLs training, we will give back by donating $25 to the non-profit organization you select below.
Thank you for helping us meet our mission to help individuals of all ages elevate their quality of life by improving brain function and emotional resilience through music, movement, technology and education.
Organizations We are Sponsoring
The mission of AIS is to improve the health of the community and the world by setting the standard of excellence of stress management in education, research, clinical care and the workplace. Diverse and inclusive, The American Institute of Stress educates medical practitioners, scientists, health care professionals and the public; conducts research; and provides information, training and techniques to prevent human illness related to stress.
The Auditory Neuroscience Laboratory investigates the biology of auditory learning. Seeing first-hand the potential for biological change—from single neurons in animal models to aggregate brain activity in humans—galvanizes us to apply the principles of neuroscience to the study of human communication and treatment of its disorders.
The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies is dedicated to sharing information about the effects of trauma and the discovery and dissemination of knowledge about policy, program and service initiatives that seek to reduce traumatic stressors and their immediate and long-term consequences.
Sleep researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder are dedicated to studying physiological and behavioral factors influencing sleep and circadian rhythms across early childhood and to better understanding how sleep and circadian rhythms affect young children’s emotional, cognitive, social, and brain development. The Lab is also engaged in intervention research to prevent and treat sleep problems in early life. The Lab is committed to educating the general public through dissemination of research findings and to providing research training experiences to students.
The STAR Institute’s mission is to improve the quality of life for children, adolescents and adults with SPD, and their families by providing:
- Comprehensive assessment and effective intervention for Sensory Processing Disorder
- Rigorous research with our collaborating university-based research partners
- Education for caregivers, pediatric professionals, and educators; and
- Advocacy for official recognition of SPD worldwide.
How Does It Work?
Simply share your associate ID with your colleagues.
When they register for training, they just need to add your associate ID in the Associate ID field (see image to the right).
Don’t know your associate ID? Contact us, and we’ll help.
Every three months, we will donate $25 per iLs trainee you referred in your name to the non-profit organization you choose below. We will send you a certificate with the amount raised in your name.
Your colleague gets iLs training. Non-profits get funding. We all help more clients reach their potential.
Do All Trainings Apply?
Yes! Any certification training offered by iLs:
- Safe & Sound Protocol (SSP)
- Practitioner Training
- Advanced Level I
- Advanced Level IITraining