Articles: sound and music

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  1. A Scientific Approach to Sound and Music Therapy

    by Gordon Dalgarno

    Music Therapists have long used music in an interactive way with clients. There are many CDs on the market for healing purposes; both with sounds and music, and some practitioners ...

  2. An opening up of possibilities: The Musician's view

    by Alannah Thomas-Moore

    Music plays an important role in healing and therapy. Much research has been done into the many beneficial effects upon the listener. However, little is known about the views of th...

  3. Breath, Voice, Speech

    by Edwin Alan Salter

    This article focuses on the importance of voice and speech and ways in which we can improve how we sound. Counselling helps people to find what they really mean and sometimes it i...

  4. Case Study Issue 86: Tomatis Listening Therapy

    by Ella Williams

    Ella Williams, Director of the Listening (Voice, Music and Language) Centre in London, describes the results of using Tomatis Listening Therapy (previously described in detail in I...

  5. Developing Your Voice as Part of Your Treatment Plan

    by Angela Caine

    The author points out the importance and power of the voice. She describes the development of the voice mechanisms, with special emphasis on the position of the tongue. Between the...

  6. Giving Voice: Transformational Tool

    by Jill Rakusen

    The author reports the success of Giving Voice (GV) when used with people with addictions and survivors of childhood sexual abuse.

  7. Harmonia Sound Essences

    by Lyz Cooper

    …sound is such a powerful and effective tool for healing and rebalancing because it is so easily recognized and assimilated by the body on all levels. By taking a sound essence you...

  8. Harp Therapy - The Jerusalem Harp Network

    by Sunita Staneslow

    This article focuses on harp therapy, which the author says should not be confused with music therapy as the latter uses music and instruments in clinical therapeutic settings, whi...

  9. Listening to Music - Therapeutic Impact and Improvement of our Wellbeing

    by Dr Stella Compton-Dickinson

    Music affects everyone’s lives, whether it be piped music in shops, banks, hairdressers, work places, underground stations or exercise classes to name just a few.

  10. Moving Voice... Authentic Voice Work

    by Adrienne Thomas

    This article focuses on authentic voice work which utilizes the innate power of the voice in combination with the body's energy system to bring about change, transformation and rel...

  11. Music as Medicine

    by Hannah Lambert

    For centuries people have believed there is a profound link between music and health, but is there any evidence to suggest that music can be therapeutic in more than just an allego...

  12. Music for Relaxation and Massage and other Therapies

    by Rangy Holt

    Many of us ask ourselves how best to deal with excessive stress. One of the very effective options is with music, either on its own, in a relaxed environment, or as a complement to...

  13. Performance: What's Behind the X Factor

    by Rachael Young

    This article looks at what gives a performance, an event, a meeting, that inspiration, joyful, alive greatness…that X factor, which when present in us has the effect of changing th...

  14. Pythagoras' musical - therapeutical treatment

    by Theresa Monaco

    Music and sound in the ancient Indian system of Ayurveda are essential for balancing the functioning of the doshas (representing the principles of creation, preservation and destru...

  15. Sacred Sound Therapy for Healing, Spiritual Growth and Meditation

    by Rachael Kelly

    Rachel Kelly looks at sound and the way that sounds can alter our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual bodies, both positively and negatively. She provides practical ways to m...

  16. Sacred Sound/Healing: Interview with Jonathan Goldman

    by Jonathan Cope

    Homeopathy, light therapy and colour therapy, all seek to restore balance to the systems of the human body. People can begin to understand that sound is an energy form and that it ...

  17. Songs from Seven Continents

    by Sarah Jewell

    The two responses that I most frequently receive when I tell people that I am a singing teacher are: “Can you actually teach somebody to sing?” and “What a fantastic job!”

  18. Sound as an Alternative to Traditional Medical Therapy

    by Andreea Magdalina

    Sound therapy is usually associated with non-conventional medicine. However we are all familiar with the use of ultra-sound to produce pictures of foetuses in the womb, and other vi...

  19. Sound Healing and Psychotherapy

    by Ollie Plunkett

    Sound is one of the most powerful and primal healing modalities. Most ancient cultures have used the magical power of sound to aid in healing for centuries. Sound healing had almost...

  20. Sound Psychology: the Tao of Music

    by John Ortiz Ph.D

    Mantras, chants and singing have been used through the ages and by almost every culture as a way of achieving health and harmony as well as personal enjoyment. The Buddhist mantr...

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