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The Silicon Valley Community Newspaper group recently featured Brain Music Therapy as its weekly cover story on all of its weekly residential newspapers:
Brain music therapy used to cure insomnia
By Mary Gottschalk, Rose Garden Resident
After leaving a successful business career in New York, Emily McCormack found herself in good shape financially, but in bad shape physically.
San Leandro Times, July 23, 2008 … by Julie Barsamian
The recent application of Brain Music Therapy in the United States is giving severe insomniacs an alternative to sleeping medications.
Psychologist Susan Klear is the only doctor to administer the procedure in northern California. Since last January she has treated some 50 patients with the method, which […]
The Silicon Valley Metro has published a cover story about Brain Music Therapy, and the recent experience of Silicon Alleyways reporter Gary Singh:
I’M RELAXING in a chair upstairs inside Suite 11 of the historic Kiely House in Santa Clara, a Queen Anne Victorian dating back to the 19th century. Dr. Sue Klear, a licensed psychologist […]
San Jose’s local television station, KNTV NBC11, recently featured a story about Dr. Klear’s “Brain Music Therapy” product as demonstrated by one of her clients:
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Music can pump people up, but it can also calm them down.
Marlene Bjornsrud said music has broken her three-year insomnia cycle and enabled her to throw away […]
An algorithm can turn brain waves patterns into musical scores. Dr. Galina Mindlin of the Brain Music Therapy Center explains how this can heal:
Researchers can turn a person’s brain waves into music notes using a computerized mathematical formula. Some experts say that those notes can heal. When you play the “relaxing” file on your brain […]
New treatment for insomnia, anxiety and stress related conditions
Based on transforming individual’s brain wave pattern into musical sounds …
A new form of Neurobiofeedback …
According to the most recent statistics of the National Institute of Mental Health, over 22% of Americans suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder. When applied to the latest U.S. Census residential population […]