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Faith Halverson

Nigel Aves visits the Pajama Room of Longmont, Bret Batterman's recording facility. Faith Halverson-Ramos joins him to explain how engaging with music through the playing of gentle music can help people struggling with mental and emotional health issues.

Produced and edited by T.G. Lewis of the Captn's Lounge Studio for the CiT NETWORK.

Music therapy is a form of therapy that uses music to improve a person's physical, emotional, and mental health. It can be used to treat a variety of conditions, including pain, anxiety, depression, and cognitive decline.

Music therapy is a goal-oriented treatment that is provided by a credentialed music therapist. Music therapists have a master's degree in music therapy and are licensed by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT).

There are many different techniques used in music therapy. Some common techniques include:

Listening to music
Playing an instrument
Moving to music
Music therapy can be used in a variety of settings, including hospitals, schools, clinics, and nursing homes.

Here are some of the benefits of music therapy:

Reduce pain and anxiety
Improve mood and well-being
Promote relaxation
Improve communication and social skills
Improve memory and cognitive function
Provide emotional support

If you are interested in learning more about music therapy, you can talk to your doctor or mental health professional. You can also find more information on the American Music Therapy Association's website:
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