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Science is catching up with what music therapists have been witnessing for many decades — the fact that music can change the way a person feels, thinks, and behaves. Thanks to medical technologies, the public has awakened to the power...

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Feeling good feels good. In 1977, Ian Dury released his single “Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll,” a phrase that would be adopted by pop culture for years to come. Sex, drugs, and music all affect the regions of...

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JB Music Therapy continues to provide online and in-person sessions post-COVID.  Remaining accessible and ensuring the health of our clients is our top priority. Music therapists are considered a non-restricted healthcare service in Alberta and continue to be an essential...

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Three men making music together.

As the world becomes more complex, society continues to seek new ways to feel more connected and feel well. In so many ways the frontline music therapist provides the opportunity to build that bridge. At the simplest level music brings more...

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