I sat in a chair near him and began a classical style accompaniment on guitar then added my low- pitched alto voice humming the Largo movement from Dvorak's "New World Symphony."
Gestures tell so much of a person's story. Averted eyes, folded arms often say "don't come near me." This first patient provided a world of information in his gestures, which changed as I offered him music. What do you think changed? Share your comment below.
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Award Finalist in the "Health: Alternative Medicine" category of the 2017 Best Book Awards