The typical image of therapy is fairly standard, often coming from memories of watching Looney Tunes and Animaniacs as a child- a psychiatrist with circular glasses and a long couch, a long conversation discussing how you feel and other such things. But instead of standard therapy measures, hospitals and many other locations across the country […]Read more "Mending with Music: A New Therapy Uses Music to Treat Illness"
There is one thing all college students seem to have in common, and it’s not pursuing a higher education or trying to find their place in the world — it is the earphones permanently attached to their ears. Despite popular opinion, this heavy activity of listening to music can have more benefits than pitfalls. While […]Read more "Listening to music more beneficial than harmful"
Listening to music can have all sorts of effects on the mind and emotions. Music can pick you up when you’re feeling down, pump you up at the gym, and set the mood in the bedroom. While it’s clear listening to different types of music may have different effects on your mindset, could listening to […]Read more "This is your brain on music"
Some students say listening to music in class helps them concentrate. For others, it’s a distraction. Music is more than just entertainment. Music can also improve learning in a few ways: It can help with recall and be a stress-reliever. The effects of music on learning are significant, according to researchers. Listening to music has […]Read more "Music’s impact on learning"
The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee just announced its plan to fix No Child Left Behind, giving music core academic status for the first time ever. Reston, VA (PRWEB) April 07, 2015 For the first time in education history, music has been recognized as a core subject in draft federal education policy. […]Read more "A New Day for Music Education that Ensures ‘Every Child Achieves’"
Being a parent you must have heard about the good impact of classical music on child development. You have read that music helps the young ones become more intelligent, attentive and sensitive. You even found it could influence their ability to learn languages and enhance memory. While it sounds great and encourages parents to expose […]Read more "The Benefits of Music Therapy"