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Musical Therapy in India Increases Communication and Creativity

Posted: Friday, March 12, 2010 - 11:21


Stuti Chandhok, a classically trained musician in India, is one of the first certified musical therapy providers in that country. She has been working with children with autism and other special needs for over 10 years. The children she works with have increased communication, creativity, and confidence. Dr P.K. Partheeban, Director of the Swabhimaan Trust in Chennai, has found that “Rhythmic music which is in conjunction with the heartbeat can be really soothing and rejuvenating. Good rhythmic music, whether it's drums, guitar, flute or veena, can stimulate the mind, depending on how the music is presented to the children.

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