Here are four (of many) types of listening:
Appreciative listening. Appreciative listening is exactly what the name implies — listening to enjoy the story, music or information you hear.
Which is a form of appreciative listening?
Appreciative listening. Appreciative listening is a type of listening behavior where the listener seeks certain information which they will appreciate, for example that which helps meet his/her needs and goals.
What is a therapeutic listening?
Therapeutic Listening® is a specialised and evidence based protocol. Therapeutic Listening® uses organised sound patterns, inherent to music, to impact all levels of the nervous system to increase attention, balance, body awareness and control, communication, social engagement and organisation of sensory input.