MUSIC THERAPY & SOUND HEALING

What is Music Therapy & Sound Healing? The use of music and musical interventions for healing within a therapeutic relationship. Did you know you can use music for therapy and sound for healing? Learn more about music therapy and sound healing information through articles on music therapy and sound healing and music therapy and sound healing blogs here at All Things Healing. What are you waiting for? Visit us online today!

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Meagan Hughes, MT-BC, is a certified music therapist specializing in pediatrics, psychiatry and service learning. She recently served as a MusicianCorps Fellow in the San Francisco Bay ...
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Editor's Note from Bernice Chu: What is music therapy? Why support music therapy? Annie Lennox advocates music therapy in this video and speaks about how it helps individuals with a variety of complex needs in the United Kingdom.

 

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Editor's Note from Bernice Chu: Dr. Dan Levitin, former record producer and musician, now works as a psychologist. His study at McGill University shows the unique and powerful effect music has on individuals with Williams Syndrome.

 

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by Melinda Wilson, MT-BC

The “Honoring the Sea”  event has taken place every 3 years since the original millennium celebration which occurred in 1999. This year, the event took place on October 1, 2011 on a beautiful, sunny day in Santa Monica, California. Excitement filled the air as people arrived to Dorothy Green Park on that  breezy Saturday morning. Hundreds of performers wearing white and aqua blue (the event colors) gathered in white tents to prepare to make their appearance at the 5th World Festival of Sacred Music...


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by Daniel Tague, MME, MT-BC

One of the most important things I have learned lately is that be you a teacher or therapist, it is imperative that you "teach for transfer."  This means that we have to explain why we are doing something, (e.g., a song, instrument activity, etc.) and how it will help outside of the therapeutic setting or class...

 

Editor's Note: Music therapists use a variety of techniques to help individuals reach their potential both inside and outside of sessions. What might this look like in real time? Daniel Tague explores this idea, and also encourages readers to share their ideas. Share your ideas in our Music Therapy & Sound Healing forum!

 

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by Carna Manthey, BM, MT-BC

When thinking about music therapy in retirement, I discovered it is important to prepare ahead of time and examine what it will take to transition into this milestone. To start with, it is helpful to find a mentor to guide you in your specific field of music therapy...

 

 

 

 

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by Tony Falzano

Though Hanukkah and Christmas are joyous occasions for most, they can be very anxious, trying times if you are spending your first (or another) holiday without a special loved one. Saddened with loss, you may struggle to participate in the season’s festivities...

 

 

 

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by Dorinne S. Davis

Women often do not take time to take care of themselves! We tend to take care of others first—children, spouses, parents, relatives. While this trend will probably always continue, the numbers of women taking time to find and use alternative approaches to maintain their health and wellness are increasing. The concept of using sound, specifically sound-based therapy, is gaining more acceptance because it is non-invasive and supports self-healing change from within...

 

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Editor's Note: Frank Perry speaks about where and how Sound Healing may be used. He focuses on the use of balance, silence, stillness, and meditation. He demonstrates and explains the healing power of the Tibetan singing bowl.
 

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by Judy Simpson, MT-BC

Early in my music therapy career, I was asked to serve on the association’s government relations committee. I declined, as I didn’t think I knew enough about “government relations” to be a strong representative for my region...

 

 

 

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by Daniel Tague, MME, MT-BC

I often use music to help my clients remember phone numbers, addresses and lists of information like the months of the year or counting by twos, fives or tens. The children I work with have a range of disabilities from autism to mental retardation, but the principles of music that facilitate memorization remain the same for helping anyone remember key items of information...

 

Editor's Note from Bernice Chu: Daniel Tague provides six handy ways music may be used to exercise and increase memory skills. He has used these techniques to help his clients remember phone numbers, addresses and other important information. This may be very useful for those who are in the process of rehabilitation.

 

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For over 20 years, the Music Therapy Institute has been the largest provider of professional music therapy services in the greater Westchester region, working individually and in small groups with over 2,000 children and adults each year. The Institute provides services onsite at the Music Conservatory of Westchester as well as throughout the county through the Institutes Outreach program...

 

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Editor's Note from Bernice Chu: A beautiful story. Sometimes, music has the ability to unite the present with the past to create a new memory.

 

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Keep Breathing: Music for Speech, for Life

by Natasha Thomas

Imagine running into someone you haven’t seen in a long time. You recognize their face and feel pleased to see them, your arms open wide for a hug and you say “Hello! How ARE you?” before you can realize what you really want to know is Who they are – you’ve completely forgotten their name...

 

 

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