The National Music Centre is thrilled to introduce an exciting new series in collaboration with Jennifer Buchanan. This five-session series, titled ‘Tune in to Music for Health, Happiness, and Success,’ delves into how professionals, educators, artists, wellness practitioners, and many more can harness the transformative power of music in both their workplace and personal lives.
Don't forget to explore our Music and Wellness exhibition during your visit!
Can't make it in person? Tune in to the livestream at amplify.nmc.ca/live.
Want to register with your friends or colleagues? Reach out to email@example.com to access our special group rate.
Best suited for managers, leaders, HR professionals, corporate wellness coordinators, and operational directors.
In the dynamic world of business, the nuances of music offer more than just melodies – they present solutions. Uncover the transformative power of music in fostering team cohesion, enhancing productivity, and alleviating workplace stress. This presentation provides evidence-based insights and strategies that corporate leaders can harness, turning every work environment into an orchestra of innovation, collaboration, and holistic employee well-being.
Jennifer Buchanan is a distinguished music therapist with a career spanning over three decades. She is the Founder of JB Music Therapy, a dedicated team of certified music therapists who serve thousands across various settings each year.
With an MBA specializing in Social Entrepreneurship Jennifer masterfully weaves music therapy, business, and heart, extending her influence across the country and beyond. She has served as the past President and former Executive Director of the Canadian Association of Music Therapists and currently, she holds a prestigious position as a Director at the National Music Centre.
Her clinical specialization encompasses mental health, corrections, and corporate wellness. This expertise is beautifully captured in her book, "Wellness, Wellplayed," where she delves into the profound influence of music, neuroscience and the power of a playlist.
Her recent collaboration with Victim Services of the FBI exemplifies her mission: to extend the reach of music therapy where it's most needed, ensuring that the art and science of music become universally recognized and used as a powerful bridge to well-being and connection.