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This unique, transformative workshop explores the new science of drumming and health.
Dr. Robert Lawrence Friedman, psychotherapist, drummer and author of “The Healing Power of the Drum”, teaches rhythmic exercises, vocalizations and specific hand drum techniques to demonstrate how the drum can help us to de-stress, energize, and release negative emotions. He discusses how drumming successfully boosts the immune system, alters brainwave patterns and creates unique and extraordinary healing.
Robert Lawrence Friedman, Ph.D., is an author, psychotherapist and corporate trainer who has appeared on the Today Show, Discovery Health Channel and New York One News. He has been interviewed in the Wall Stress Journal, Self Magazine and the Washington Times, sharing the transformative power of rhythm.
Presenter: Robert Lawrence Friedman, MA
Robert Lawrence Friedman, MA, author, international speaker/trainer, and psychotherapist has provided workshops, training programs and keynote presentations for the past thirty-three years.
He has provided his programming to Fortune 500 corporations, educational institutions and healthcare organizations throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. He was awarded the Hearst Scholar Award in 2014 by the University of Northern Iowa for his innovative work in training and development.
Robert has published three books including: How to Relax in 60 Seconds or Less (Healthy Learning, 2011), The Healing Power of the Drum—A Psychotherapist Explores the Healing Power of Rhythm (White Cliffs Media, 2000) and The Healing Power of the Drum II – A Journey of Rhythm and Stories (Pathway Books, 2010). Mr. Friedman has published over 75 articles on wellness-related
issues. In addition, he has been interviewed for articles in My Generation Magazine, Newsday (3-page feature article), Self Magazine, The Daily Beast, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Times and U.S. News and World Report). In addition, Mr. Friedman was the Stresswise columnist in Healthwise Magazine for eight years.