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Design Purposeful Playlists for your Health and Well-Being

Behind every favourite song is an untold story. During this presentation, we will dig deeper into the power of music for our mental health and dig deeper into a well-known strategy for our well-being – creating purposeful playlists.

Many have witnessed the benefits of music to enhance performance, improve mood or to ease stress.  Streaming services suggest the most popular motivational genres but there is so much more science to it than this. With me as your coach you will learn to find the right music for you to use intentionally to help elevate your goals whatever they may be:

  • increase productivity
  • improve performance
  • decrease stress
  • feel safe and connected
  • improve memory
  • find your happiness again

As we all know technology has changed enough over the last decade to allow us to take our entire music library with us and to arrange it into playlists for particular goals. Because music can now be “on-demand,” –  it makes the creation of purposeful playlists accessible and simple and if done right….helpful to our health and well-being.

For some, generating playlists can seem quite daunting, especially when people see the endeavor as one that takes time and money. However, although it does take both those things – time and money – the benefits absolutely far outweigh the costs.

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Andrew Mosker

President and CEO

National Music Centre

Canada is so fortunate to have such a practitioner in Jennifer Buchanan. Professional, experienced, talented, and passionate, Jennifer is committed to ensuring that the healing powers of music thrive and are made accessible in new and innovative ways.


TUNE IN – Why Music Improves Mood, Memory, and Motivation

WELLNESS INCORPORATED – Leading a Business That Makes a Difference

MUSIC FOR MENTAL HEALTH – Sometimes Words are not Enough

YOUR SONG – Design Purposeful Playlists for Mental Health and Well-Being

SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY – Why Music Connects with People Living with Dementia

TIME OF YOUR LIFE – Strategies for Using Music During Times of Transition