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First Sounds: Rhythm, Breath and Lullaby International Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Training

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

9:00 am – 8:00 pm

Galt House Hotel and Suite

140 N 4th St, Louisville, KY 40202

Gourmet Lunch included – Catered by VOLARE ITALIAN RISTORANTE! 


As published in Pediatrics and featured in the NY Times -Rhythm, Breath and Lullaby is an integrative international model of neonatal music therapy training where medical and musical applications interface, attending to critical issues facing neonates and parents.  It provides participants with an evidence-based 3 prong model-addressing environmental noise, parent stress-trauma & infant vitality through application of live music.

MDs, RNs and other health professionals would receive a Special One Time discounted rate.  You must contact Cindy Smith @  or 301-589-3300 ext.102 to receive this rate.

This Institute is led by an integrative medical-music team taking place at both the hotel and at Norton Hospital (transportation provided). Experiential, hands on training will meet Tier I competency of this international evidence-based, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit training inclusive of EMT environmental MT, trauma training in music psychotherapy (care givers), and evidence-based live music therapy interventions for premature infants.

Presenters: Joanne Loewy DA, LCAT, MT-BC; Christine Vaskas, MT-BC; Andrew Rossetti, MT-BC;  Aimee Telsey, MD; Ann Marie Dassler, NP

* First Sounds: Rhythm, Breath and Lullaby is a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Music Therapy training being developed internationally. The program is founded on evidence-based research led by an integrative team of doctors, nurses and music therapists in the Mid-Atlantic Region. The program was developed by Joanne Loewy, DA, LCAT, MT-BC at Beth Israel Medical Center and is currently being integrated by 23 NICU Music Therapists in 9 countries. Louis Armstrong Center for Music and Medicine, New York, NY.


For more information about music therapy visit: American Music Therapy Association

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