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  • racheller barnas

    Member
    23 December, 2021 at 12:50 pm

    Every music therapy session is different because the therapist responds in a unique way to the person’s needs and creative direction. Most music therapy sessions consist of live musical engagement through the instrument and vocal performance, musical improvisation, moving to music, music composition, and/ or passive music listening. Often Music Therapy goals are non-musical in nature. Visit this site if you are interested to get music therapy. https://www.thehouseofmusictherapy.com/

  • Markus Faller

    Member
    23 December, 2021 at 3:22 pm

    Christina Tourin has an interesting home page about harp and therapy:

    http://www.harptherapyinternational.com

    and there are courses to learn to play therapeutic:

    https://www.playharp.com