Music lights up the ADHD brain. Moving to music helps organize the brain. Playing music can enhance sustained attention, impulse control, decision-making and planning, not to mention boost self-esteem.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- The latest research on how music benefits the ADHD brain
- How music can help your child overcome ADHD-related challenges
- How to find a music therapist
- How to create a music library that sparks and/or soothes your childs brain
NOTE: ADDitude offers an optional certificate of attendance to webinar participants, but does not offer CEU credits. The cost of the certificate of attendance option is $10. If interested, register for the webinar and youll receive instructions after it ends. The certificate link will also be on the webinar replay pageafter the live webinar.
Patti Catalano, MM, MT-BC
Patti Catalano, MM, MT-BC, is a boardcertified music therapist with experience working with children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities and a variety of learning styles. She recently retired from her positions at Music Works Northwest in Bellevue, Washington, where she managed the Music Therapy Program, and as an adjunct professor of music therapy at Seattle Pacific University.