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"Music Listening for Relaxation" introduces an evidence-based approach to using recorded music for relaxation. Furthermore, it provides all of the necessary tools and knowledge to ensure an effective and effortless relaxation experience including reasons for using music-facilitated relaxation to address a variety of health complaints, tips on selecting the right music, resources to help locate music for relaxation, almost four hours of recommended music in nearly every imaginable genre, beginner to advanced relaxation techniques that incorporate music, and guidance in choosing the techniques that work best.


About the Author

Brenna Beecroft
Brenna T. Beecroft, MT-BC, WMTR, works as a board certified music therapist in private practice. Her rich clinical history includes experience with geriatrics, developmental disabilities, oncology, and hospice. Other professional activities involve early childhood music curriculum planning, oncology research, music therapy program development, vocal and instrumental music instruction, and public speaking. In her role as public relations representative for the Wisconsin Chapter for Music Therapy, she strives to educate the public about music therapy and its role in health and well-being.

Publish Date  March 20, 2011

Dimensions  Trade  66 pgs Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Medicine & Science

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