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*Rehabilitation Hospitals
*Music Therapy
*Music in Recovery

Our Mission:
To provide an opportunity to advance and re-align to the music that resonates within all of us!

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Musicians:

Shane Bitts
Jenna Earle
James Hehn
CEO:
Nancy Earle
Project Coordinator:
Harry Earle

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The Power of Music in Recovery 
Motivating, energizing, and soothing, music heals. It nurtures. It makes us feel good. And it all begins with just a few well-placed notes. Music has been shown to have a great influence on altering emotions if used properly. Known as the isometric principle, one of the most effective methods of using music to adjust emotion is to first match the mood with music and then to gradually change the music to whatever mood is desired. We must, therefore, be attuned to what we are feeling when we begin to listen.
 
Music Therapy
Music Therapy has developed into a modern science, but it was first developed in China. The Chinese have searched for the secrets of the universe's melody and rhythm for millennia.
 Who can benefit from Music Therapy?
Children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly with mental health needs, developmental and learning disabilities, Alzheimer's disease and other aging related conditions, substance abuse problems, brain injuries, physical disabilities, and acute and chronic pain, including mothers in labor.

 
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631 1/2 Milpas  •  Santa Barbara, CA 93105
phone: 805-564-3421

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