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Music Therapy Repertoire

What I’ve found in almost 5 years as a music therapist is you can never know too many songs. Just when I think I have enough repertoire under my belt, I take on a new client whose preferred music is a genre I don’t know well, or a song I’ve never heard.

Just this past […]

Music Therapy Reduces Anxiety Response in Hospice Care

Facing the end of life, your own or a loved one’s, commonly brings with it feelings of anxiety.   These feelings may stem from a variety of sources, including emotional, psychological, spiritual or social.  Medications, physiological changes in the body due to the progression of illness may also contribute to anxiety in patients on hospice […]

Singing in a group is good for you!

From an article by Dominique Mosbergen for Huffington Post:


“Many choir singers would likely attest to the soothing and bonding experience that comes from belting out chants and hymns in unison. And there’s science to back them up.

Last year, Norwegian researchers found that singing in a choir may help form social bonds; while a 2007 […]

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