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Music Care Is Entertaining Programs That Teach With The Use Of Music For Team Connectedness, Treatment For PTSD, And Other Mental, Emotional And Physical Issues

Bill’s unique approach uses music education to provide you and your team with tools to consistently perform with passion. He works with you and your team to tap into your power to trigger engagement and emotional relief using music. His programs are called Music Care.

Keynote Speaker

Bill’s passion comes from more than 40 years of on-stage performance. His innovative signature presentations engage audiences to discover and connect more authentically with the passion and inspiration that drive team success.

Workshop Facilitator

For more than 30 years, Bill has worked with teams from a diverse spectrum of industries including the Fortune 500, humanitarian and non-governmental organizations and agencies. Bill teaches hands-on skills, customized to the specific needs of your team. In the last few years, Bill’s performance-based empowerment through music has been an inspirational, hands-on component of national conferences on military behavioral healthcare, homelessness and financial literacy, providing tools that create immediate and durable results.

Outreach

Music should be understood as a self-care tool for everyone. Bill is committed to serving his community through teaching self care using music to under-served and at-risk audiences: people suffering from post-traumatic stress, traumatic blast injury and other combat issues not yet fully understood by science; the homeless; chronic substance abusers; inmates in the justice system.

What Is Music Care?

by Bill Protzmann

There wasn’t a name for how music impacts us physiologically — actually minds us in a safe, effective and useful way — so we gave it one: Music Care.

Music Care for Healing

Music Care is the use of specific music — music that YOU love — to produce a desired emotional, mental or even physical result. That result could be calming you after a stressful day, firing you up at a ball game, helping you focus or study to prepare for an exam, or transforming “negative” emotions into “positive” ones. Music in church can help you to feel reverent or peaceful, happy or connected.

Physiologically, human beings respond to sound without effort or thought. That is, when we hear sound, the vibrational energy of the sound is converted to electrical impulses by our ears, and those trigger the release all sorts of brain chemistry, neurotransmitters and hormones…all of which makes us respond to what we heard. Our emotions or heart rate can change, just by listening. Two examples: an “adrenalin rush” can result from certain kinds of music; other kinds of music predictably lower blood pressure.

If you know that, and then pay attention to how the music and sound around you makes you respond, you will have unlocked your own powerful skill to care for yourself using music: Music Care.