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Faith Halverson-Ramos
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I am a Transpersonal Music Psychotherapist, Vocalist, Raiser of Consciousness, and Lover of Life Well-Lived.
I am a Transpersonal Music Psychotherapist, Vocalist, Raiser of Consciousness, and Lover of Life Well-Lived.

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Interesting research findings about the relationship between rhythm, reading, and language skills.

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In part 2, I continue speaking with Stephanie about her work with GIM.

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In today's interview, I will be speaking with music therapist and Fellow of the Association for Music and Imagery, Stephanie Bolton, about her relationship to music, and her journey into Guided Imagery and Music (GIM). Stephanie is also the author of the book, "Diving Deeper: 30 Guided Visualizations for Individual and Group Work." You can learn more about her work as a music therapist at: http://www.imageryandmusic.com.

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In this interview, I speak with board-certified music therapist, Rachelle Norman, about music and her path in becoming a music therapist specializing in elder care. More information about Rachelle and her work can be found at: http://www.soundscapingsource.com/ and http://soundscapemusictherapy.com/.

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Some thoughts I had about tending to the state of the world around us, both near and far.

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A little footage from the Faith & Foolishness house concert in support of Unity Longmont Spiritual Center.

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Proud to Partner with the American Medical Association to make TEDMED 2015 possible!
 
They're improving the health of the nation by reinventing medical education, improving health outcomes, and enhancing practice efficiency and professional satisfaction. Learn more: http://tedmed.com/partners/index
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"While it may seem unusual for a mother to seek treatment for postpartum depression when her child is nearly a year old, experts say it actually isn’t. 'The public has an idea that postpartum depression is just in the short term, but it certainly is not,' Julie Lamppa, RN, a certified nurse midwife at the Mayo Clinic, tells Yahoo Health. 'It can happen any time in the first year after a baby is born.'"

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