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209 – Music and the brain – tackling mental health with personalised music.  Nicc Johnson, Music Health

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209 – Music and the brain – tackling mental health with personalised music. Nicc Johnson, Music Health

Have you ever heard a song and it instantly brought back a memory? Nicc Johnson is the Founder of Music Health. He is a former professional DJ turned Musicologist. Nicc…
January 31, 2022

209 – Music and the brain – tackling mental health with personalised music. Nicc Johnson, Music Health

Have you ever heard a song and it instantly brought back a memory?
Nicc Johnson is the Founder of Music Health. He is a former professional DJ turned Musicologist. Nicc has worked with music and technology for the last twenty years.

Music Health produces tools to easily incorporate personalised music into the lives of many for improved brain health. 
In this episode, Pete and Nicc discuss Nicc’s attempt to help more people take control of their mental health and physical wellbeing through music as a therapy. 
Tune into this episode to learn about the potential benefits of music as a therapy. Also, hear how our brain processes music and why it is such an effective treatment option for memory-related mental health conditions like dementia.

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

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