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Intergenerational Rhythms
By: Bonnie D. Harr, MSN, MS, RN
Category: Wellness
Population Served: Others

This is HealthRHYTHMS: An experiential view of a research-based wellness strategy
By: Alyssa Janney, MBA
Category: Wellness
Population Served: Seniors

Rhythmic Messaging: Group Drumming as a Messenger for Ministry
By: Alyssa Janney, MBA
Category: Spiritual
Population Served: Others
http://www.remo.com/portal/pages/hr/learnmore/Rhythmic+Messaging.html

Harmonizing Discord: Lessons from hardened hearts
By: Margaret Sowry
Category: Interventional
Population Served: At-Risk Youth
During the sixth and last scheduled session, the young man who had two weeks earlier pounded an angry "gun shot" on his drum jumped to his feet and declared, "GROUP HUG!" At that point, we all "got it!" Within each of us, beyond struggling, fortresses, competition, hurt, anger, distrust and malevolence, common ground set the stage for true connection at least in the moment.

Why Drums and Drum Circles?
By: Karl T. Bruhn
Category: Wellness
Population Served: Others

What is a Community Drum Circle?
By: Arthur Hull
Category: Recreational
Population Served: Others
A community drum circle is a collaboratively self organized musical event created, ?in the moment,? by all the people who participate.

Sounding Our Grief
By: Erin Salez
Category: Therapeutic
Population Served: Others
The idea to hold such an event came from Professor Ronald M. Borczon, Director of Music Therapy at CSUN as he noticed many of the students on campus were having a difficult time coping with the events of September 11th. With immediate support from Remo, Inc and the University faculty, the idea became a reality in five days.

Sound Advice for Health: The Musical Elixir of Our Minds
By: Barry Bittman, MD
Category: Wellness
Population Served: Others
As a neurologist, Im convinced our species is hard-wired biologically to respond acoustically in a conditioned manner to certain melodies, rhythms, tones and vibrations. While basic scientists throughout the world are eagerly searching for specific music genes, it doesnt take a genius to realize music, emotions and our nervous systems are inseparable.

Rainbows of Rhythm: Rebuilding After the Storm of Columbine
By: Christine K. Stevens, MSW, M.A., MT-BC
Category: Wellness
Population Served: Others
In the silence we honor and remember those taken from the community. In the sound we raise our voices against it ever happening again. As we drum together, we are being the change we want to create.

Music Therapy as a Treatment for Substance Abuse with At-Risk Children and Adolescents: Part II
By: Deborah Bradway, MT-BC
Category: Wellness
Population Served: At-Risk Youth
Music Therapy for At-Risk Youth facing the challenges of substance abuse.

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