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February 16, 2018

"Music activities that provide enjoyment can be therapeutic because they contribute to a person’s quality of life.  *These are activities that I like to refer to as FUNCTIONAL MUSIC* These music activities are pleasant diversions from daily routines or struggles.  Diversional activities are valued because they are meaningful,...

September 29, 2017

Peak Pathways Music Therapy is excited to partner with the Boulder Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association to begin functional music experiences through their SPARK! Program in 2018!  These experiences will include dementia friendly concerts and performances as well as active music making opportunities.  We are proud to work wi...

September 22, 2017

Let's give it a name.

People often don't know what to call it when they feel better after listening to their favorite music, or the thrill of seeing a live concert, or feeling of belonging when singing with others.  I once had a musician ask me "Aren't we all really music therapists to some extent?"

Not quite.  There is a differ...

September 20, 2017

This past Saturday I joined the Colorado Association for Music Therapy at the Denver Walk to End Alzheimer's.  We were set up along the side of the walk and had a great time drumming while participants walked by.  People smiled and waved, danced, marched, took our picture, took our brochures and stopped to drum with us....

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