Since 2013 I have been delivering workshops and engaging presentations to thousands of health care professionals, care partners, artists, and community stakeholders across the country. I am as fond of speaking at medical conferences that are looking for a refreshing and inspiring twist to their program, as I am of facilitating small music-based workshops in rural hospices to volunteers. I have also offered workshops for musicians, yoga practitioners, students, and support groups that incorporate the therapeutic use of music into their overall program goals.
Past topics include:
- Bedside music strategies for hospitals
- Creative arts-based reflective practice for health care professionals
- Using music in hospice and palliative care
- Music and caregiving for people with dementia
- Benefits of music in end-of-life care
- Singing as psychotherapy
- Voicing your yoga practice
- Hymn-writing for faith-based groups
- Managing environmental sounds in clinical spaces
- Songwriting and trauma
- Dealing with diagnosis: an arts-based approach
Please check out my speaker page on the Room 217 website to learn more about my speaker services, or contact me directly.
Learn more about the Music Care Certificate Program: a 3-level training program on the use of music in caregiving that I developed and teach through the Room 217 Foundation. Register by clicking the link above.