Bill Protzmann at The Second Annual Conference of Adults Healing from Child Abuse
PALM DESERT, Calif., March 2 Bill Protzmann brings his program on the healing power of music to The Second Annual Conference of Adults Healing from Child Abuse in Palm Desert this Friday and Saturday March 5th and 6th 2010, at the Embassy Suites hotel. Protzmann's entertaining, educational and informative program teaches participants to use their intrinsic ability to find wellness and healing by listening to the music they love, and provides well-researched medical facts, insight and practical life experience in support of how easy and rewarding this can be.
"Recovering from child abuse, whether emotional, physical, mental, or sexual, touches all our lives, whether as a survivor, a partner, a parent or a caregiver," says Protzmann. "Current medical research is catching up with what we musicians have known all along: music is powerful. My passion is to teach folks to listen to music in a way that can change their lives."
This Conference is produced by CreativeChangeConferences.com and credit for continuing education (CE) is underwritten by The Betty Ford Center. Contact Carol Teitelbaum at 760-346-4606 or email@example.com for more information or to register. Key speakers include Dave Pelzer, Dr. Robert Ackerman, and Jerry Moe, M.A.
About Bill Protzmann
Bill Protzmann is an Associate member of the American Music Therapy Association, and a member of The Healing Music Organization. He holds magna cum laude degrees in performance piano / musical theater (University of California, Irvine, 1999), and writing / music / computer science (Principia College, 1982). He is an accomplished composer, arranger, accompanist, entertainer, public speaker, entrepreneur, educator, writer and poet, and a warm and humorous storyteller, and has performed for more than 40 years.
For the last several years, Protzmann has focused his music healing work towards veterans, active-duty soldiers and organizations that support the troops, teaching individuals how they can use the power of music to relieve symptoms of war-related post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
For more information about music and healing, or to schedule an interview with Bill Protzmann, please call 800.785.8596, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit: www.billprotzmann.com
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