The Intersection Between Music and Medicine

NPR's Robert Siegel, host of All Things Considered, recently spoke with the director of the National Institutes of Health, Francis Collins, and Renee Fleming, world renowned soprano and Artistic Advisor at Large at the Kennedy Center ...
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Veterans and the Power of Music

by: Laetitia Brundage, MT-BC A Time to Reflect As we come closer to Memorial Day, I often think about those incredibly brave individuals who have lost their lives in order to help protect our freedom ...
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Magical Musical Moments: Seniors

By: Laura Micheli, MA, MT-BC  Music Touches People of All Ages In my work I am fortunate to encounter many “magical musical moments” with so many different people. I’d like to share one particular moment ...
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Drum Circle+: Community Building in Action

Have you wondered what Drum Circle+ is all about? Drum Circle+ is a drum circle facilitated by a Board Certified Music Therapist from Roman Music Therapy Services. In one of our events, you will get ...
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Why We Love Repetition in Music

As music therapists,  we use music to help people with varying needs access their full potential and grow through the music. Some of the benefits of using music are that it is motivating and can help to ...
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Early Childhood Mental Health: A Growing Concern

Early childhood mental health is a growing concern. Often misunderstood, Early childhood mental health is also overlooked or underestimated. Research shows that exposure to ongoing toxic stress in early childhood can have significant impacts on ...
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“The Power of Music”

On Memorial Day, we honor individuals who have sacrificed their lives in service to our country. We also hear stories of regard for another human being that transcend enemy lines. Jack Leroy Tueller, WWII veteran, ...
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