Welcome To The New Era of Healing
Music therapy is a credentialed health profession that uses music to help people. Let’s work on ourselves with notes and start the process of healing.
I Want to Improve, I want to Feel Better, I want to Grow, I love music
This is for you if you are…
It’s just been a lot and it’s difficult to process your emotions.
Finding it Difficult to Focus
I’m sorry, what was that? I missed your point.
This train of thoughts, tightness in chest just feels heavy.
About the Therapy
Music therapy is a type of mental healthcare in which an individual or a group engages in musical activities with the aim of improving emotional well-being, cognitive functioning, and social skills. Music therapy also aims to help individuals better manage and cope with physical, psychological, social/emotional and other related health conditions. It is an important part of many different types of care settings such as hospitals, nursing homes, hospices and prisons.
About the Workshop
Graduate from Berklee College of Music. She is associated with FAME India and Sukino Healthcare and delivered multiple workshops at Youth for Mental Health, Muktha Foundation and Dr.Reddy’s Foundation.
She was also recognized for her work in music therapy by the Rotary Downtown chapter’s HR Pratibha Award for Women of Distinctive Vocation, 2019
We will look at what music and music therapy are, understand how we respond to music. We will understand how to intentionally use music in their everyday lives.
Stress and Anxiety Management
We will explore ways to intentionally use music in our everyday lives to deal with the stress and anxiety around us.
Education about Music Therapy
We will learn how music has been used as therapy by various institutions and how can it assist us
Who Should Attend?
Music Therapy is relevant to people of all ages. The average age of a person in our music therapy programs is between 18 and 40 years old depending on the type of program, the patient’s diagnosis, and the individual needs of each patient.
People who are struggling emotionally, have weak social skills, impaired cognitive functioning, severe or mild anxiety, and physical problems will highly benefit from music therapy.
Moreover, music therapy programs are also suitable for institutions like nursing homes, hospices, and hospitals where patients need assistance in overcoming a disability or chronic conditions. People with (or at risk for) dementia are ideal candidates for music therapy because it helps improve cognitive functioning by stimulating brain areas associated with memory and language.
When you’re trying to love yourself a little more, this is a great step to move forward.
Let’s give a strong boost to your employees’ productivity, focus and happiness index.
Your students are going to feel more calm, energetic and focused with your little effort.
Notable Benefits of Music Therapy
✔ It provides a supportive environment for patients suffering from dementia, Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s disease.
✔ It improves general wellness through physical exercise and emotional arousal.
✔ It helps people suffering from chronic pain control their body temperature and manage their pain
✔ It is effective in treating anxiety disorders and can help individuals cope with stress and their emotions.
✔ It promotes social interaction, psychosocial rehabilitation and positive self-esteem.
✔ It can be used to help patients cope with various emotional and physical issues.
How Does Music Therapy Assist People
Who are emotionally struggling?
Music therapy can help improve the life satisfaction of patients. It is a form of listening that is free and natural for the patient to complete, and it doesn’t involve any opinions or judgments. Regardless of their severity, all patients benefit from music therapy sessions. Through this form of treatment, patients can better cope with stressful situations and learn to tap into their own inner resources. This form of therapy is known to work by enhancing the importance of social relationships while reducing pain, anxiety and fear.
Music therapy can help improve concentration skills and memory recall for patients. It can also improve their ability to communicate through speech or body language. Through the use of music, patients are allowed to explore their own language and music. Their experiences through this form of therapy can help them make sense of confusing issues or emotions in their lives.
Who are cognitively struggling?
Through the use of music therapy, individuals can learn to improve their moods. They can express themselves through music freely without the fear of being judged. It is a non-intrusive form of communication that allows the patient freedom to express their emotions and thoughts without penalties or judgments.
Who have physical problems?
Who want to improve creativity?
Music therapy can help improve movement skills and coordination for patients in a number of ways. Through this gentle way of communicating, patients are provided with a positive experience that keeps them motivated about completing a specific activity even if it is difficult for them to do so. Patients may also be given tools to learn how to do things like walk again following an injury or improve their quality of life by strengthening muscles that have atrophied over time.