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Music Therapy as a Treatment for Substance Abuse with At-Risk Children and Adolescents: Part I
By: Deborah Bradway, MT-BC
Category: Wellness
Population Served: Drug & Alcohol Rehab
Music provides us with a safe container within which one can slowly and safely come to terms with built up emotion that natural body defenses have hidden in the unconscious mind for the preservation of the organism. It also provides humans with the metaphysical space for cathartic experiences to occur, which can bring forth a transcendent awareness for the individual(s) participating.

Music Making: Practical Piano Tuning Insights
By: Barry Bittman, MD
Category: Wellness
Population Served: Others
You read it right! This column isn't about piano tuning. Our focus today is on tuning the most important instrument we will ever play&our mind. With this in mind (pardon the pun) it's fascinating to explore the basis for music's effects.

How to Be More Alive and Feel Better Through Music
By: Joseph C. Nagler and Mathew Lee
Category: Wellness
Population Served: Seniors
Music has timeless qualities. Music has import and music can have meaning. Music can create an environment of time in which we can turn to create a peaceful space for our beings. Music has power to assist us in creating a balance and order in our lives.

Healing: To the Beat of an Inner Drummer
By: Barry Bittman, MD
Category: Wellness
Population Served: Others
Everyone immediately saw and heard the Light. With infectious energy, his intense beat kindled our will to survive, to flourish and to express ourselves despite any obstacle that could ever appear in our path. We played with intensity and joy as a sense of camaraderie literally joined us together as one. And we drummed beyond our limits, beyond our fatigue, beyond our limitations.

Drumming and Parkinson's Disease
By: Dr. Connie Tomaino, DA, MT-BC
Category: Wellness
Population Served: Others
Dr. Connie Tomaino, DA, MT-BC, shares some of her work with Parkinson's patients and rhythm.

The Elements of Music Briefly Defined
By: Joseph C. Nagler and Mathew Lee
Category: Wellness
Population Served: Others
In the use of music for health, it is not important to know the theory of music, so much as to be aware that there is an order of things.

Creating a Musically Accessible Culture
By: Christine Stevens, MSW, MA, MT-BC
Category: Wellness
Population Served: Others
It's like creating handicapped parking spots. It's like building on ramps. It's like making reachable doorknobs. We live in a culture of musical disability. It's time to return music making to the accessibility it enjoyed in hootenannies and jamborees, to it's purpose beyond entertainment and performance.

Drumming Bibliography
By: Christine Stevens, MSW, MA, MT-BC
Category: Wellness
Population Served: Others
Bibliography of resources on therapeutic uses of drumming.

Active Music Making and Wellness
By: Karl T. Bruhn and Alicia Ann Claire, PhD, MT-BC
Category: Wellness
Population Served: Others
People are demanding more than the absence of disease to be well. They also want reduced illness risk, managed stress, better energy, daily enjoyment, personal development, satisfying relationships, and feelings of belonging. Active music making provides the opportunities to a help achieve wellness in these ways.

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