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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.

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.

Music Enters: Where Words Cannot Pass
By: Barry Bittman, MD
Category: Therapeutic
Population Served: Others
It wasn't an ordinary day at the Mind-Body Wellness Center, and our facilitator wasn't an ordinary drumming leader. On the surface, he was a guest presenter at a conference to be held the next day. Little did we know he was far more than that. For what we were about to learn changed each of us.

It's Never Too Late to Learn to Make Music
By: Karl T. Bruhn and Dr. Alicia Ann Clair
Category: Recreational
Population Served: Seniors
Perhaps one of the best ways to be well is to remain interested in life and to participate fully in it. The mode of participation is a matter of individual choice, however, music making can be central to that which stimulates interest and motivates participation.

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.

How Can They Turn You Down?
By: Laurie Loeb
Category: Recreational
Population Served: Seniors
How I got the nursing home where my mother resides to bring drumming to the residents.

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.

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