Judith Pinkerton, LMPT, MT-BC

Licensed Board-Certified Music Therapist, Keynote Speaker, TEDx Speaker, Author, Radio Host  

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The Morning After …

Judith Pinkerton | 04/14/2018

UPLEVEL: What do Aflac, Academy of Country Music Lifting Lives, Dick Clark Productions, Billboard Magazine, James, Marlee and Giggles have in common? ME!!! I woke up at 3:30am with words spilling out of me, wanting to know more, connect more,…..

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Music for Mental Fitness: Mood Control

Author | 12/13/2017

Judith Pinkerton’s article Music for Mental Fitness was recently published on Recovery.org,  where she is a regular contributor talking about music therapy. The following is an excerpt of that article… Music for Mental Fitness: Mood Control How does music control…..

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Music Powers Potential: Good, Bad and Ugly

Author | 09/14/2017

Judith Pinkerton’s article Music Powers Potential was recently published on Recovery.org,  where she will be a regular contributor talking about music therapy. The following is an excerpt of that article…  Music Powers Potential: Good, Bad and Ugly How does music…..

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Music for Trauma

Author | 09/09/2017

The Music 4 Life® Radio show on July 15, 2015 explores how mental fitness is challenged when trauma has been experienced. We explore how to dissolve trauma with Music 4 Life® Music Medicine.  Our special guest is Kassandra Uehling who talks openly…..

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Music to Support

Author | 09/09/2017

The Music 4 Life® Radio show on October 13, 2015 transforms your B.S. – Belief Systems™.  We explore together October’s theme of Courage to Allow during national Breast Cancer Awareness month, and today’s focus on Music to Support loved ones who are…..

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Music for the Danger Zone

Author | 09/05/2017

As we think of our life being one large canvas upon which we splatter or carefully construct experiences, I’m sure we may conjure up images of danger, the people involved, and the results.  What would you call the “danger zone?”…..

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