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Heart and Soul Music Therapy Uses Music for Non-Musical Cognitive Goals

Posted: Wednesday, August 25, 2010 - 10:03


Cynthia Sambrano, a classical musician, gave up the rigors of New York City to become board certified as a music therapist. Sambrano owns Heart and Soul Music Therapy in Payson, Arizona. She uses her talent and instruments to “work on non-musical goals such as cognitive, emotional and behavioral issues, social skills and physical and speech concerns.” Sambrano works with children with autism and explains that while many cannot speak, they can sing and make sounds.

Read original article: Music Therapist Treating Disorders with Rhythm

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