These goal-driven group drumming experiences are led by HealthRhythms Certified Facilitators who are also Board-Certified Music Therapists. Neurologist Barry Bittman, M.D. and his renowned research team discovered that a specific group drumming approach (HealthRHYTHMS protocol) significantly increased the disease fighting activity of circulating white blood cells. Research shows us that HealthRhythms can also provide stress relief, increased sense of self-worth and increased sense of teamwork and productivity for individuals and groups. Interested in having a HealthRhythms Certified Facilitator/Board-Certified Music Therapist provide a group drumming experience for your group or organization? Contact us!
Providing music therapy to over 600 people each week, Higher Octave Healing seeks to support community programming, music therapy and related services, and continuing education for professionals and students by providing an avenue for donations, fundraising, grants, and other streams of funding to help continue the music therapy and support programs and services we provide for so many of Arizona’s children, teens, and adults through our 501(c)3, federally recognized non-profit status. EIN 27-1896282
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Higher Octave offers music therapy in a 1:1 or small peer group setting. This setting allows for individualized therapy where all interventions are directly related to the benefit of a single client.
Assessment and Treatment Planning focus on increasing skills in social, psychological, communication, cognitive, emotional, sensory and motor areas. Board-Certified and Neurologic Music Therapists create interventions to address goals and promote empowerment while improving functioning and quality of life with each client.
Music therapists typically work with these clients in our clinic space in Tempe, Arizona. We also provide group music therapy services at your facility or organization in the Phoenix metropolitan area and surrounding cities.
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Higher Octave Healing is a CBMT (Certification Board for Music Therapists) Approved Provider of Continuing Education Music Therapy. One of founding goals is to provide education about and for music therapy to our community. We offer courses to support music therapists and music therapy students in our community as they expand their knowledge base and seek to maintain their Board Certification status.
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Higher Octave offers music therapy in a mommy-and-me music class through local community centers. This parent-child model of developmental music promotes development of closer bonding and attachment between parent and child. Children are exposed to a variety of sounds and musical instruments to play. Weekly themes use a wide variety of instruments and musical experiences to help promote cognitive, motor, communication, and emotional/social development. Research demonstrates early exposure to structured music opportunities promotes increased comprehension, learning and cognitive development throughout life. Programs in Gilbert and Chandler. Contact us for more information.
Higher Octave offers music therapy in a rock band setting. This is a community music therapy model group focused on socialization, communication, and multi-tasking skills. The program has grown over the past five years to include 8 music therapy rock bands, both junior rock bands and adult rock bands. Is your program or organization interested in creating a Music Therapy Rock Band with us? Contact us!
providing music therapy for over 600 in the community each week
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Higher Octave Healing offers a wide variety of music therapy services catering to different populations all over the valley. Read below to learn about what services we offer and how you can access our programs. Questions? Contact us at email@example.com.
This combination program for children and teens with Special Needs and their parents includes a Parent Educational Series as well as concurrent music therapy sessions. This free program will launch in October 2016. Contact us for more information.