Music Therapy and Sound Healing is used within a therapeutic relationship to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of individuals. Music therapy can be a powerful and nonthreatening alternative, used with individuals of all ages and disabilities as a holistic method of healing.
Music therapy often complements the treatment provided for pediatric and adult individuals with a neurological condition, brain injury, stroke, mental illness, trauma, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases. It can also be used for hospice patients and those undergoing rehabilitation. This course teaches you the benefits of music and music therapy and sound healing in the health profession.
About The Instructor
Caroline Young, MPH, has an extensive public health background that includes experience in research, workshop presentations in various areas of health care, and online and onsite teaching. She has expertise in holistic community health and wellness program design, development, marketing, implementation, and evaluation. She has also designed, developed, and presented integrative health programs for culturally diverse populations, senior populations, and faith communities. She is the co-author of Spirituality, Health, and Healing and Integrative Health: A Holistic Approach for Health Professionals.
Cyndie Koopsen, RN, BSN, MBA, HNB-BC, RN-BC, HWNC-BC is a nurse who has cared for patients in acute care settings, community clinics, and the home. Her professional nursing career has involved nursing executive leadership and administration, staff development and education, community education and wellness, and holistic care. She has designed, developed, and presented numerous educational programs for audiences covering integrative health, promotion and wellness, and chronic disease management and prevention. She is the co-author of Spirituality, Health, and Healing and Integrative Health: A Holistic Approach for Health Professionals.