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The Singing Cure by Paul Newham

The Singing Cure

by Paul Newham

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The Singing Cure Paul Newham

The Only Course on Singing for Health - When Sigmund Freud developed his revolutionary model for treating psychological problems, he called it "the talking cure." Freud embraced the ancient Greek concept of catharsis, while ignoring how it was originally practiced: through the expression of extreme vocal sounds, which resembled songs more than words. On The Singing Cure, vocal researcher Paul Newham presents the only professional training course in therapeutic singing. So effective that it has been accredited by England’s Royal Society of the Arts, The Singing Cure presents a complete course in Voice Movement Therapy™ to unmask your natural singing voice and use it as a powerful healing instrument. Utilizing simple exercises adapted from many vocal healing traditions, including indigenous cultures, Newham helps you break down your voice into its key ingredients. Step by step, you use sounds and songs to investigate who you are and how you feel, and to express yourself to the world with confidence and clarity. Now you can learn how your voice can help you tame the "monsters" in your life—anger, grief, shame, and other difficult emotions—and reclaim a beautiful tool for living fully, with The Singing Cure.

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