Oftentimes, the biggest barrier for people in the recovery setting is shame and identity. You’re working mind/body with this group, and depending on where they are in detox, they can still be very cloudy. Drumming can help with cloudiness.
When you’re doing drumming in recovery with a group, start asking core questions. Here’s an example: “What’s one thing you need to be successful in recovery? Play it on your drum.” Watch the video below to learn more about how Christine Stevens, MSW, MT-BC, masterfully processes a group in recovery with drumming —
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, you will:
- Watch 25 segments to infuse your work with research-based drumming methods so that you will WOW your administrators when you drum with your clients.
- Walk away with dozens of new ideas on using the most effective drumming techniques in a variety of settings including developmental disabilities, PTSD, refugees, survivors of abuse, seniors, mental health, recovery, rehabilitation, and kids.
- Turn your clinical experiences into successful formulas you can use to bring fun, engagement, and depth into your clinical work.
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