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Music4Health Coping Skills

Student-Centered Peer Group Classes

Turnkey resilience-building self-regulation and coping skill classes for K-12 students provided to individuals, after-school programs, community organizations, and schools.

Music4Health classes are led by Health Coaches who are licensed music therapists engaging students in musical experiences to accomplish the non-musical goals of building core capabilities for life.

Our classes all have a musical core and may also incorporate other mediums of art and recreational movement as we guide participants to explore the benefits of sleep hygiene, mindfulness, healthy nutrition, supportive relationships, physical exercise and mental health.

If you are a program administrator, contact us to find out how we can partner with your school or organization to provide resilience-building coping skill classes for your students.

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If you are a child’s grown up and would like to book an individual session, click here.

Secure Virtual Platform options are available during COVID-19 mandated restrictions.
Music4Health classes are provided using a trauma-informed approach.

Class Goals

Music4Health Program Classes
M4H Core Capabilities
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Program Themes

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What is a trauma-informed approach?

A trauma-informed approach recognizes, understands, and responds with the six guiding principles of safety, choice, collaboration, trustworthiness, empowerment, and cultural, historic and gender sensitivity. LEARN MORE

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What is
mindfulness?

Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s going on around us.

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How do we measure outcomes?

We measure intrinsic outcomes using wearable devices to capture a range of health metrics including, activity, blood pressure, heart rate, heart rate variability and sleep as well as self-reported belief scales and we partner with our client organizations to define and measure extrinsic outcomes.

Why is music used in our programs?

Music has a unique ability to transcend the limits of spoken language and provides a deeper outlet for self-expression, self-discovery and understanding, crossing all barriers of race, nationality and culture. Through our experiential programs we engage individuals using music to activate the parts of their brain which control emotion, memory and learning.

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