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Research has shown that music can be an engaging and attractive stimulus for children and students. Several studies have documented music therapy as a successful modality to engage the student in social, emotional, cognitive, communication and motor learning activities. Children...

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Child Music Therapy

It’s Thursday morning and eight visually impaired babies and toddlers accompany their parents to the music therapy program at the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB). They file in one by one, many of the parent’s looking disheveled and...

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I don't typically write the feedback I get from blogs posted but with your permission here are just some of the messages I received after writing "A Love Song for My Children" from some incredible mothers and grandmothers.  Thank you...

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During a particularly difficult time in my life I felt overwhelmed and out of touch with what was important.  I know there are many of you in this position – managing work, obligations at home, managing family schedules, doctors visits,...

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Hospital's Music Therapy program becomes lifeline for patients - CBC Songs for a Blue Day - Journal of Musical Things How Music Therapy is easing anxiety and isolation - Discover Magazine Business Spotlight: JB Music Therapy - music to our ears - Todayville Turn...

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These presentations are offered online and/or in-person. Contact us for prices and to book us for your next annual general meeting, team lunch and learn, continuing education session, or convention. Your organization and workforce have been affected by the global pandemic. ...

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Music therapy for preschoolers is beneficial as it supports the development of many skills. It allows for the strengthened development of new brain connections and neuro pathways. The rhythm activates focus, repetition supports learning, and singing allows children to be...

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