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Hospice of Michigan uses music therapy to help kids and adults cope with grief

Posted at 11:18 AM, Feb 12, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-12 11:18:29-05

Music makes us dance, lightens our mood, and even heals our souls. Music Therapy is a powerful tool, and Hospice of Michigan uses this method to help children and adults coping with grief.

Music has a universal power to affect emotions. Hospice of Michigan says the right kind of music can enhance relaxation to ease pain and anxiety. Research has shown the effectiveness of music therapy even in patients resistant to other treatment approaches. Hospice of Michigan's music therapist engages patients with music in ways best suited for their needs and preferences.

Music Therapy Sessions for Children and Adults Coping with Grief are virtual and will take place on Saturday, February 20.

11 a.m. is Mini Music Arts Camp for Kids: Coping with Grief and Loss, and 12 p.m. is Resilience: Exploring Grief and Loss through Music for Adults.

Registration must be completed by February 12. Email to sign up for this music therapy session.

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