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Healing through the power of rhythm

The Rhythm2Recovery Model is a way of using music to bring about interpersonal connection, emotional regulation and cognitive reflection. It is an evidence-based intervention that works well with populations that may find talk based therapy confronting. Utilising rhythmic exercises, reflection and mindfulness, R2R focuses on participants' strengths, positive psychology and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Rebecca has joined a small group of professionals who deliver this training internationally.  




Contact Rebeca for more information about how Rhythm2Recovery can fit easily into a school term or ask about one-off events that can be run as a team building activity on school camps, for staff professional development, at conferences, or as an interactive performance at an event.

Rhythm2Recovery gets to the soul of rhythm and its potent use when working with individuals, families, and groups of all ages. This training is a treasure. It’s a must-do for anyone working in a therapeutic or educational context. When words get in the way, tune in to the principles that Rhythm2Recovery offers in this packed filled workshop. Dr. Daryl Chow, MA, Ph.D. (Psych) Counselling Psychologist, Senior Associate & Trainer, International Center for Clinical Excellence (ICCE), TX, USA 


The Rhythm2Recovery Model ticks all the boxes of what we know about effective mental health interventions. It incorporates universal principles of effective practice, including active physical activity, social connection and increasing awareness and understanding of the issues that impact an individual’s wellbeing. I have been involved in the research into this model and its outcomes are supported by good hard evidence. Professor Robert Donovan, Senior Principal Research Fellow School of Human Sciences, University of Western Australia.

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