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Good Vibes Series - Mental Health Awareness Month
Concord Community Music School in partnership with Riverbend Community Mental Health
May 28 @ 12:10pm: The Brain’s Pathways: Musical Tools for Mental Health
Presenter: Julieann Hartley, MT-BC, NMT, CCMS Director of Music Therapy
Ever wondered how music could actually rewire the brain? Join Julieann Hartley, MT-BC, NMT, to learn the basics of how different elements of music can interact with the brain to strengthen social/emotional skills, as well as important cognitive skills like attention and executive functioning. The research showing that therapeutic musical interventions can help individuals living with autism, dementia, and other neurologic conditions is strong, and musical tools can also benefit brain health for everyone. Come prepared to make some music and witness firsthand what music can do for your brain and mental health.
Julieann Hartley, MT-BC, NMT, is a board-certified music therapist and neurologic music therapist, and a member of the American Music Therapy Association. She earned her B.A. from Anna Maria College, where she double majored in Music Therapy and Psychology. “Miss Julieann” has clinical experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with developmental, behavioral, emotional, and psychological disabilities. Her new album, Therapeutic Songs for Kids, received a 2019 national Parents’ Choice Award® from the Parents’ Choice Foundation.
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The Concord Community Music School will host free weekly “Good Vibes: Music & Mental Health,” presented by their highly trained expressive arts therapists & faculty members from 12:10pm to 12:50pm each Tuesday in May. Presentations are at the Concord Community Music School Recital Hall, 23 Wall Street, downtown Concord, NH; they are free to attend, and no registration is required. All are welcome to come and learn more about the proven healing powers of music and music therapy, and pick up some ideas for incorporating music into your own family’s health and wellness.
May 7 @ 12:10pm: Singing to Connect Soul & SpiritPresenter: Peggo Horstmann Hodes, M.Mus., M.Ed., CCMS Songweavers DirectorMay 14 @ 12:10pm: Express Yourself! Musical Tools for Emotional CommunicationPresenter: Julieann Hartley, MT-BC, NMT, CCMS Director of Music TherapyMay 21 @ 12:10pm: Calming the Body to Clear the MindPresenter: Heather Oberheim, R-DMT, CCMS Dance Movement TherapistMay 28 @ 12:10pm: The Brain’s Pathways: Musical Tools for Mental HealthPresenter: Julieann Hartley, MT-BC, NMT, CCMS Director of Music TherapyAlso on Tuesday, May 7, at 7:00pm, the New Hampshire Gay Men’s Chorus will perform at the Music School. The New Hampshire Gay Men’s Chorus aims to present quality entertainment, provide an opportunity for wholesome social interaction for its members, and present a positive image of the gay community in New Hampshire. Following the Chorus, there will be a panel discussion with four LGBTQIA+ ambassadors from different stages of life, telling their mental health journey stories. The Chorus will end the program. This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required through the Riverbend website at www.riverbendcmhc.org.For more information, please call 603-228-1196 or visit www.ccmusicschool.org.
The Recital Hall at Concord Community Music School is on the Wall Street side of the building. It can be accessed via the doors on Wall Street (only open during Recital Hall events) or through the main entrance of the Music School on the Fayette Street side of the building. Please call for information: 603-228-1196.
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