Category Archives: Music Therapy

283. Music Therapy to Treat Depression

On April 6, 2013, my 85th blog was entitled Music Therapy and was well received by many of you. I recently came across the article printed below, written by Therese Borchard, the author of Beyond Blue: Surviving Depression & Anxiety … Continue reading

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211. The Magnificence of Music

This past Sunday morning I awoke with a case of the blahs, not really depressed or anxious, but just flat. That all changed because of the magnificence of music. The praise and worship music at the church service I attended … Continue reading

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185. Music Therapy

Music has long been known to affect mood, and now recent research shows that music can be a curative for depression in several ways. Playing an instrument allows depressed people to express themselves nonverbally when they are not comfortable talking … Continue reading

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