Music Medicine Boot Camp™

musmedbc logoMusic Medicine Boot Camp powers your potential, teaching you how to harness the power of your music vs. the music controlling moods, behavior and physiology. Listen to trainer Judith Pinkerton speak on TEDxUNLV about the dilemma of misinterpreting moods fueled by primal music listening habits, which could put you in danger of a panic attack or heart attack, or worse yet, motivate you to be injurious to self or others! This 2-hour downloadable audio and 32-page workbook (with test/evaluation to receive the certificate) is accredited by the Nevada State Board of Nursing (provider #NV000209) with reciprocity for other health boards.  3.0 CMTEs are approved by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (print promo flyer). These are the four modules you complete.

  • Choosing Healing Music – learn neuroscience, psychology and music therapy principles which support effective healing music.
  • Music’s Health Story About You – kinesiology demonstrates best rhythms for different activities.
  • Essential Healing Playlists – all genres of music are categorized differently.
  • Create Mood Sequence Formulas™ to problematic activities with recommended music.

Please call Music 4 Life® at 702-889-2881 for more information!

“The Music Medicine Boot Camp is so easy to digest. I love music and will no longer shuffle it. Now I use music intentionally with mood categories and creating formulas for sleep when I travel.”   ~ Carolyn, cancer survivor, Nevada

“Music 4 Life® Music Medicine was a fantastic addition to my music therapy training. Everything I learned from Judith can be used not only with my clients (who range from 6 months to 100+ years of age), but with myself as well. We as therapists forget to use our skills to care for ourselves. Music Medicine was a great reminder of this fact while giving a simple formula for everyday utilization! I full recommend Music Medicine!”     – Becky Wellman, PhD, LPMT, MT-BC, Music 4 Life® Music Medicine Practitioner

“Intern supervisors become more intentional, addressing choices of music with interns and their clients, helping interns think differently about expanded repertoires and how the music uses you.”   — Barbara Reuer, PhD, LPMT, MT-BC, Music 4 Life® Music Medicine Practitioner

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