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Jennifer, through her work, has touched many people in ways that could only be accomplished with both her special gift and her music.   Thank you Jennifer for giving me, and all those that have had the benefit of hearing you, one of the most heart warming experiences of my life.

Don Felder

Lead Guitar Player

The EAGLES

October 10, 2021 is World Mental Health Day and I couldn’t think of a better way to recognize this day than by publishing a book that I am certain will help our mental health and well-being.

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Rave Reviews

Christian Hall

National Program Manager

Harvard Broadcasting

Warning! Jennifer’s passion for Music Therapy is extremely contagious – in a very good way. Anyone who’s ever spent time with her immediately wants to support the amazing work her and other music therapists provide.

Eric Alper

Freelance Music Publicist. SiriusXM Host

If this great book was a playlist, it would shoot to #1 with a bullet. It deserves a spot on every music lover’s bookshelf. Not only is it fun, insightful and incredibly enlightening, Jennifer has the ability to make you go back and listen to the classics – and new-found tunes, too. it’ll give you goosebumps page after page, just like your favorite song.

Greg Bond

Partner Channel Sales

Microsoft

We had the absolute pleasure of having Jennifer attend our team’s All Hands Meeting in March. Jennifer is a fantastic storyteller and had the team captivated. The session was outstanding with Jennifer guiding us through the importance of music, how our brains respond, and how we can harness its power at different points of the day. The session was truly enlightening and received overwhelmingly positive feedback with attendees feeling energized and connected with their past and present through the music they love. Long live the mixtape!

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Shadrach Kabango

Award-Winning Rapper, Broadcaster

Anyone who loves music knows firsthand music’s therapeutic power, but books like this show how much more we can be doing with music to make ourselves and our communities more whole.  Shout out to Jennifer Buchanan and the good work of Music Therapists everywhere!

Presentations

Music and your Mental Health

I’ve worked with incarcerated adults, at-risk youth, and seniors living with dementia, using music as a pathway to strengthening mood, memory and motivation at any age. The power of music can have a...

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The Power of a Playlist

The desire to order our music comes from a fundamental human place — our quest to curate what’s important to us. Audiences of 10 to 1000 will enjoy this highly interactive and engaging presentatio...

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Tune In Key.Note

Quite simply, music brings meaning into moments, but on a more complex level, music impacts brain function and human behaviour. It reduces stress, relieves pain, and improves symptoms of isolation and...

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