Episode #23: Improvisation and Mental Health with Music Therapist Deborah Seabrook

Musical improvisation that takes place within the confidentiality of the therapeutic relationship can be a way of engaging with a specific traumatic past, and also a technique for fostering mental health overall by cultivating listening, respect for self respect for others, and being in the moment. Deborah Seabrook of the Creative Arts Therapies Department at Concordia University discusses the possibility of using clinical improvisation as a tool in community health. This episode originally aired on CFRU 93.3FM on July 16th, 2015.


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