Psychoacoustic & Cymatic Therapy: How sound affects the way the brain learns new information, controls moods, affects sleep patterns, and provides healing responses within the body. Theoretical and practical applications.
Deep Listening with Somatic Body Practices: Discovering the auditory threshold of sound along with tangible expressions of emotions through a theoretical and practical lab.
Psychology, Yoga, and Spirituality: Focusing on self-knowledge through yoga, psychology, psychological astrology, dance, and physical exercise.
Nonverbal Therapy, Empathic Listening, and Sound Dialogue: Increase awareness of ourselves and others through non-verbal language and sound improvisation techniques. Includes multiple possibilities for using guitar and Orff instruments during a music therapy session.
Focus on Tibetan Signing Bowls and Natural Chanting Meditation: A study in ancient techniques to promote self-healing from stress disorders, pain, depression, and many other forms of the disease.
Functional Music Therapy: Exploring the effects of music on the interaction of the mind and body to aid normal functioning in public.
Emotive Composition and Imaginative Music Therapy: A study in the emotive composition rules followed by an introduction to the Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) model and the MMIP model of Receptive Music Therapy.
Receptive Music Therapy with the Integration of Analog Languages: Deep listening involving verbal procedure, drawing, painting, expressive movement, dance, and games.