Dominique Fricot | March is Music Therapy Month
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March is Music Therapy Month

Some of you may recall that I was rallying the troops to donate their old and unused but still functioning iPods to Music Therapy programs back in October of last year. We’re opening the iPod Pharmacy again in an effort to collect some more this month. iPods and mp3 players are a very valuable tool for music therapists in their practice, and sadly there is often a shortage of funds to supply these therapists with the necessary tools in their practice.

Chris Brandt, a co founder of Music Heals, and I dropped by the Rush at Shaw cable last week to talk about the iPod Pharmacy and Music Therapy month.


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