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Music Therapy and Mental Health

When Statistics Canada shared their results from the Canadian Community Health Survey: Mental Health 2012 it fell in line with a recommendation by the Commission’s Mental Health Strategy for Canada which outlined the need to “improve mental health data collection, research, and knowledge...

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Many people, young and old, are living with a wide array of physical and emotional needs: decline in motor functioning, social isolation, depression, anxiety, confusion, lack of focus, stress and physical pain….   For Brad, chronic PTSD and depression robbed him...

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Christmas music is everywhere and for some people it seems to be starting earlier and earlier each year.  Memories of ‘Christmas Past’ flood back during the first bars of “Rocking Around the Christmas Tree” and for some a happiness chord is...

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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 purposes. Because music can now be “on demand,” -  it makes the creation...

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Life as a Music Therapist and a Business Owner has finally taken its toll. This year I am happy to admit that I am tired - and it feels good to just say it out loud. It's the first step to...

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