The power of music therapy: From cancer patients to shy kids

© South China Morning Post

Cameron tentatively enters the music room, his hand gripping that of his helper. He doesn’t speak or make eye contact – like most three-year-olds, he’s shy around new people. But it doesn’t last long.

About 20 minutes into the session he is happily dancing and making music, even sharing instruments with two-year-old Astrid, a newcomer to the group.

Music teacher Charliah Best, who runs the Best Music Academy in Hong Kong, is not surprised by his transformation. Full story.
Kylie Knott (AsiaOne) / July 8, 2019

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