October 6, 2020
1:00 - 2:30 pm CDT
From nursery rhymes to lullabies, music is among the first sounds our babies hear. Parents interested in using music during pregnancy and childbirth often find more questions than answers in their search for information: “Does Mozart really make my baby smarter? Does my baby recognize my voice while in the womb? How can music help me during labor?”
Board-certified music therapists specializing in childbirth and pregnancy are here to answer all of these questions and more. By the end of this presentation, participants will learn how music therapists can assist the pregnancy and childbirth process, how music affects the brains of parents and childbirth during birth, and how you can use music in your own pregnancy.
Annie's clinical experience includes NICU infants, birthing families, children, teens, and
adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, children and teens with emotional and behavioral disorders, adults in oncology units, and adults with dementia in memory care units.
In her free time, Annie enjoys watching the Nashville Predators play hockey, the Alabama Crimson Tide win national championships, crocheting, and being in the great outdoors. Born and raised in Nashville, TN, Annie is thrilled to serve the DFW community with the incredible team of Heart and Harmony therapists!
Are Continuing Education Units (CEUs) provided through this training?
We are happy to offer .15 social work and counseling CEU for live viewers. Certificates of completion with 1.5 contact hours are available for all attendees.
Is this event virtual?
Yes. The event will be broadcast on GoToWebinar.
Will the event be recorded?
Where can I find other Gladney University trainings?
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