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Janice Lindstrom

The Music Therapy Show


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The Music Therapy Show with Janice Lindstrom is a discussion about what music therapy is and how to use it in your life. Music Therapists looking for new ideas and people looking to use music to enhance their capabilities through the planned use of music on human brain functioning.

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Sherri Ross, MA, MT-BC, is a board-certified music therapist and also a certified Texas music educator. She is writing a series of story books about the La Salsa band and their friends. The La Salsa series is a set of books created for music... more

This week I'm talking with Dr. Petra Kern, President of the World Federation of Music Therapy. Founded in 1985 in Genoa Italy, the World Federation of Music Therapy (WFMT) is the only worldwide professional organization representing... more

Music can be a powerful tool in our lives and it's important to select music that will promote the action, behavior, or response that you are looking for. Here are some tips for selecting the right music.

Last week I introduced the show and then played a song from Rachel Rambauch's new CD and song book, Listen and Learn. During the song, I muted my phone so I could cough or make noise without broadcasting. And then I... more

I'm broadcasting live today from the American Music Therapy Association Conference in San Diego. This is a short show highlighting moments from my experience at conference this year.

Listen & Learn Music is a large resource of original songs and activities for children created by Rachel Rambach. Rachel is a music therapist at the Hope Institute for Children & Families and wrote Listen and Learn: Educational songs... more

We're back with weekly shows. This week is a brief show about using music for time concepts.

My guest this week is Anita Louise Steele, Director of Music Therapy at Ohio University. Professor Steele was the creator and Director of Music Therapy as well as a practicing clinician at The Cleveland Music School Settlement... more

"Bongo" Barry Bernstein, 55, passed away unexpectedly in his home on Wednesday, August 26, 2009. He graduated from the University of Kansas with a degree in Music Therapy. While a music therapy consultant for the Blue Valley... more

Kimberly Sena Moore returns as my guest this week to talk about secondary trauma when working with people who have survived trauma. We'll also discuss self care for the therapist.

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