Music is considered the universal language. It crosses cultures and has the ability to evoke emotions across the human experience. Music can also be used to heal. Music Therapy is a clinical and evidence-based use of music to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship. With Hemophilia of North Carolina’s (HNC) ongoing mental health initiative, we are excited to be partnering with Piedmont Music Therapy for a two-part series that will focus on music’s ability to affect one’s emotional wellness.
Join us on March 22, at 6:30 pm, either in-person at the Piedmont Music Therapy studio in Charlotte, or online via Zoom. Stress management, coping skills, emotional awareness and expression, and breathing techniques will be incorporated into music-based activities.
No musical experience or background is required. All materials will be provided.
While children may attend, this event is geared towards older children, teens, and adults.
When registering, please indicate if you plan on attending in-person or virtually. The deadline to register as a virtual participant is Monday, March 14, so that we can get the materials to you. The registration deadline for in-person participants is Monday, March 21.