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Interview: Judy Anderson Castellano, certified music practitioner

by Terence Handley MacMath

Posted: 13 Dec 2013 @ 12:19

'Music has never lost its healing properties'

I work one-on-one with residents or with groups of people, to reduce stress levels, relax and encourage the mind, body, and soul to heal. I work with families, nursing staff, clergy, laypeople, chaplains, caregivers, and health-care providers, in homes, churches, in public, and in palliative care.

I'm also a 2008 graduate of the four-year Education for Ministry programme, from the University of the South at Sewanee, Tennessee, School of Theology, ...

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