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Human Writes Music Group Therapy is a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing emotional support to formerly incarcerated individuals by guiding the art of creating music, releasing it and performing live. We are here to bridge the gap between being released from prison and maintaining a career of choice. Music art therapy has been proven by research and first-hand knowledge to assist in the overall wellbeing of participants through our custom 8-week course tailored to the individual's talents, needs & skill base.
Once a participant has signed up they will receive a digital coursebook for the 8-week program. We offer four different subject courses.
1. "Creating The Creator" Songwriting, Production, Recording & Performance.
2. "Independent Music Business" Administration, Song Licensing, Publishing, Distribution & Marketing.
3. "The Next Wave" Music programming using modern day A.I. tools.
4. "American Indian Cultural Competency" Reclaiming the traditional way of life, respect for the land and Mother Earth through the application of music.
Participants gain knowledge of self through use of The Four Types Of Interventions in Group Music Therapy.
● promoting stimulation or relaxation.
● facilitating memory or reminiscence.
● developing auditory skills.
● enhancing mood and reducing anxiety.
Songwriting will facilitate the participants development through enabling emotional stability, offering therapeutic benefits, and providing a vehicle for self-expression, self-discovery, and overcoming challenges. Songwriting is a creative activity that helps persons express a range of ideas and feelings.
Playing an instrument can help refocus bad energy into something positive and enjoyable, which in turn can help alleviate stress. Reduced stress levels lead to slowing down your heart rate and lowering your blood pressure. Research shows that playing and composing music can reduce stress by lowering cortisol levels.
Performance Art therapy has been shown to benefit people of all ages. Research indicates art therapy can improve communication and concentration and can help reduce feelings of isolation. This type of therapy has also been shown to lead to increases in self-esteem, confidence, and self-awareness. Most importantly, participants can promote and celebrate in a positive way.
For More Information, Please Call 341-216-9382.
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