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Emily McKinney, MT-BC Nov 14
Me to RN: Yes, singing together really helps this person feel calm & connected, not anxious & wandering facility. RN: I never would have thought about that! - Why we need MT-BCs as part of every clinical care team.
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EU Music Therapy Day 🇪🇺 Nov 15
Music plays an important role in our everyday lives. Music can stir memories and powerfully resonate with our feelings, helping us to express them and to communicate with others.
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Dharmonix(70%)🔜 A-Wonderland[BKLYN] 🔜HiJinx[PHL] Nov 15
Me as a professional: We do it for the OUTCOME not the INCOME! Also me:
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hsaWgiB 🦖 6h
O ya and can’t forget by far “find you again “ is on the playlist 🔥🔥🔥🔥 everyday song that shits a story
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MY NAME IS PRINCE Nov 13
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Phears Piano Studio 11h
When faced with the stress of cancer treatments, patients are finding relief through music.
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RhythmWORKS MT Nov 15
Yes! is fun! But we are seriously working on goals too. The parachute is a great way to address: Turn taking with the song "Who's Going Under the Parachute"; Engagement; Social awareness & interaction-working together; Motor skills; Sensory regulation; Improve mood
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Cambridge Institute for Music Therapy Research Nov 15
Happy ! 🎶🎉 Read about our at and join us on Monday evening for a free public lecture:
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TheDude79 Nov 15
Confirmed: He’s laid back, chill, and the very definition of “cool”. His latest album, , proves he got skills with them beats. Unconfirmed (as of now): CoD Skills, not quite sure about those 😏
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Mrs. Clark 9h
How does pandora know my life right now???!🎤🎤
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Glasgow Music Therapy Nov 14
Tomorrow is European Music Therapy Day! I will be on BBC Radio Scotland tomorrow (some time between 8.15-9am) for the Good Morning Scotland show discussing the benefits of . Tim
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Glasgow Music Therapy Nov 15
Today is European Music Therapy day!! Had an interview discussing the benefits of with BBC Radio Scotland which was on this afternoon. For those with iplayer 1:09 - 1:17
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Australian Music Therapy Association 20h
As part of Dewayne's therapy he has been working with music therapists and occupational therapists to learn how to play the piano.
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King Snake Nov 15
There's nothing more powerful in this world than music. Let's all try to relax to some good music and love each other a little more each day.
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Elliott Pruitt Nov 12
Night off = creating a killer Winter Playlist. Whitney Houston is the first track. I'll leave it there.
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AliceNichollsMusic Nov 14
Thank you York Hospital therapy team - I had a blast working with you all on Tuesday!
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GContent&Music 5h
"Live theatre performance could stimulate your cardiovascular system equally as a 28 minute workout". Well, just to maintain myself healthier, I'll sacrifice myself to some live musical cardio... Harsh, man, harsh!😆
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Jenny Denk 6h
Finishing up the final edits for my presentation next week! If you are a student or new professional curious about music therapy in end-of-life care, join me Friday from 5:15-6:30pm in the Lake Harriet room!
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Music Therapy E-books / Rachel See 15h
Thanksgiving session planning is making me hungry.
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Liz Coombes 18h
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