Second Music Therapy Session for Children at Jasmine Society
IMET2000 held the second music therapy session for children with autism and learning disabilities at Jasmine Charitable Society in Ramallah. More than 50 children benefited from the session which was led by the therapist Omar Jaber.
Music therapy is a psycho-sensory therapy in which music is used as a tool of treatment by using it to help children with special needs such as children with autism, learning difficulties and behavioural problems. It enhances the communication of children with the therapist and with each other by using music instead of words during a group therapy session. It also helps children with self-expressions to relieve their stress and increase their self-confidence and positive energy.