Drumming and Recovery Populations

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 —

Ready for more? Take Christine’s Clinical Applications course!

Join us in delving into a multitude of populations with drumming. Christine is a PRO when it comes to teaching, building relationships, achieving therapeutic objectives, and INSPIRING you to be your best clinician! By taking the course the Clinical Applications of Drumming course, 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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