When you perform sound therapy the right way, the results are almost immediate
Your patients and students come in with all kinds of issues.
They could be from childhood trauma, war, recent relationship, car accidents, a recent death, physical or emotional problems…
You get to know them. You work with them month after month, prescribing medication, trying therapy after therapy, and multiple techniques. Sometimes you make breakthroughs, and sometimes you don’t.
Sound therapy works, and it can produce some amazing changes. You can see progress in your patients and students, and those results can come as soon as the first session.
Every single sound therapy session you have can and should improve your patients’ health and well-being.
As incredible as the opportunities are in sound therapy, the challenges seem just as big. That’s because there is so much to learn, so many different kinds of patients.
The Sound Therapy Certificate Program makes it possible, and even easy, for you to make sense of sound therapy and how to use it properly with your patients. And just as important, it will assist you in becoming a better practitioner through self exploration and learning meditation.
Led by one of the leading Sound Therapists in the United States, the Sound Therapy Certificate Program will strip away the mystique of performing sound therapy.
Inside this training, you will get the frameworks, formulas, processes, and repeatable techniques to help ALL of your patients and students in the way that best suits them, and then get results worth talking about.
Whether you have hundreds of clients or just a few, you’ll perform better with a clear understanding of the essence of sound therapy and the factors contributing to your success or failure. You will find this in the Sound Therapy Certificate Program.
- Part 1 What is Consciousness
- Part 2 Who am I
- Chapter 2 Getting to Know Me
- Part 1 Stress vs Mindfulness
- Part 2 Biofeedback
- Part 3 Guided Imagery
- Chapter 4 What is Sound
- Take 2 CDs and Call me in the Morning - EBOOK Download
- A Practitioner's Guide to Vibro Accoustic Therapy
- Part 1- Music and the Brain
- Part 2 - Using Sound Therapeutically
- Part 3 - Additional Applications to the 5 Bodies
- Part 1Tuning Forks
- Part 2 RSS & VAT
Dr. Suzanne Jonas has been practicing music medicine, sound therapy, and energy medicine for over 25 years in hospitals and private practice. Some of the modalities she uses with clients are:
- Voice Spectral Analysis and the EVOX
- Vibro Acoustics and Sound Therapy
- Guided Imagery and Music
- Behavioral Medicine
- Emotional Freedom Technique [EFT]
- HeartMath Biofeedback
- Spiritual Counseling
MUSICIAN Born to a nurse and a public school band teacher, Suzanne has been playing musical instruments since she was 4. She won numerous solo contests and at age 16 was awarded a seat as a flutist in the Gary, IN Symphony. She continued playing and singing throughout her college and adult years - it is an integral part of who she is. Today she uses her musical abilities and skills in leading therapeutic drumming classes.
B.S. Music Education - University of Connecticut
M.A. Clothing & Textiles - University of Connecticut
Ed.D. Counseling Psychology and Creative Therapies - University of Massachusetts
For more information about Dr. Jonas, please see her bio page, here.
I learned so much and can't even explain how I feel. I can't wait to try my CDs and use music medicine.
- Participant, Birchtree Center Integrative Arts training program, Valley Hospital, NJ
I found the music medicine session absolutely fascinating! Suzanne Jonas is incredible in the work she does.
- C. Marginot, R.N. Detroit, MI
I have been witness to the amazing work of Suzanne Jonas for almost two decades. I am especially familiar with her ability to teach the profound lessons of the power of sound as healing. She is highly effective in helping others to shape meaning for themselves and their lives through sharing openly her rare gift.
- Doris J. Shallcross, Ed.D. Professor Emeritus, University of MA, author of: Teaching Creative Behavior; Leadership: Making Things Happen; Consulting Editor, Journal of Creative Behavior
Suzanne Jonas brings a fresh, exciting approach to health and healing with her public presentations on sound. I "resonated" to her material on sound, music and rhythm. She is tuned into the latest research about those tools that bring balance and inner harmony.
- Michael Betz, Professor Emeritus at the University of TN and author of Enriching Health: Pathways to Complementary Therapies
Spending the day with Dr. Jonas was amazing. We are looking forward to future conferences.
- Yoly Harmuth, RN, BSN, Center for Nursing Excellence