One of the most common misconceptions about music therapy is that the person receiving it needs to know all about music. I frequently tell people that “my job is to know the music; your job is to bring an open mind and a willingness to try something new!” Sometimes we listen to music together in […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
One of the questions I’m frequently asked is if music therapy is a good treatment choice for trauma and/or PTSD. Yes! Several decades of research supports the use of music therapy in treating trauma, PTSD, and other crisis situations. In fact, music therapy traces its’ roots back to helping WWII soldiers in military hospitals recover […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Memories can be triggered in a variety of different ways. Sights, sounds, smells, music, and tastes can all take us back immediately to a certain time or place. Seasonal changes tend to trigger the most memories for me, and summer is one of those times. Sometimes memories can be evoked through the normal course of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.