Sally Goddard Blythe MSc. is the international Director of The Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology (INPP) in Chester and responsible for the content and standardisation of training in the INPP method throughout the world.
Sally is the author of seven books and other published papers on child development and neuro-developmental factors in specific learning difficulties including: Reflexes, Learning and Behavior, The Well Balanced Child, Raising Happy Healthy Children, The Genius of Natural Childhood and Attention, Balance and Coordination – the A,B,C of Learning Success – a reference source for all professionals involved in child development and education. She is the developer and author of a screening test and developmental movement programme for use in schools, Assessing Neuromotor Readiness for Learning and a screening test for clinicians and health practitioners.
Her clinical work is based primarily on the use of the INPP method and Johansen Individualised Auditory Stimulation (JIAST) a system which uses stimulation with frequency specific music to improved auditory processing. She has both a personal and professional interest in the role of music in developing language skills.
Sally has lectured on the role of infant reflexes in development and later learning problems to many different groups throughout Europe including to a working party on child well-being at the European Parliament in Brussels and in different parts of the United States. She has also developed and standardised training in The INPP Method for use throughout the world.
She is a member of the International Alliance for Childhood and the former “Open EYE” campaign – a pressure group dedicated to ensuring that children’s developmental needs remain at the top of the agenda for government recommendations for early years’ education in England. She is also a patron of Toddler Kindy Gymbaroo, a programme developed in Australia to optimise children’s development in the early years and a member of the educational panel for Dyspraxia awareness.