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Music for Mental Health

Sometimes Words Are Not Enough

In this presentation, we will explore the connection between music and mental health, explaining why music’s power may hold more potential than we realize.

Learn how music can become a communication bridge, one that can help individuals express and process their greatest life challenges, stressful transitions, and at times, an unexpected health crisis.

  • Hear encouraging case studies that demonstrate how music can reduce and eliminate stress and anxiety when used with intention.
  • Learn the research and clinical evidence of how music supports our mental health and wellness.
  • Gain practical strategies to strengthen your wellness at home and work that restore your productivity and positive spirits. 

Working for almost 3 decades as a music therapist, specializing in mental health, I have worked with some of society’s most vulnerable including at-risk youth, individuals post-brain injury, the incarcerated, as well as those moving through other stressful transitions including dementia and end of life care. 

What each of these environments has taught me is that mental health is a part of all of us.  And just like our physical health, it needs to be cared for on a regular basis.  There is no better way I know of than through the power of music.  This presentation will show you the way.

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*Read about Jennifer in the ‘Huffington Post’ speaking to Music and Mental Health

 

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