Eighteen-year-old Tatum Lynn is a Pop, R&B singer and song writer that performs throughout the country. Tatum’s passion in being a professional singer and entertainer is only slightly greater than her desire to work her nonprofit Music As Therapy. Music As Therapy mission is to increase the awareness and benefits of music therapy. When Tatum was fifteen she created the non-profit 501(c)(3) company “Music As Therapy” to help raise money to assist other non-profit organizations that use music as part of their therapy. Since then, Tatum Lynn has continued to grow her nonprofit Music As Therapy to where she now support several nonprofits and schools that work with children and young adults with special needs. Tatum Lynn loves working with the kids and the therapist and the challenge in raising enough money to provide music therapy to several of her favorite schools and non-profits that value and understand the importance and benefits of music therapy.
Tatum Lynn also loves mentoring youth and enjoys the time she spends with the teens and young adults in various programs around the valley. She is excited about these opportunities and the need for friendship and understanding that all of these kids and teens deserve.
From a very young age, music has had a big influence in her life. When Tatum is singing and dancing she loves the way it makes her feel, especially when she sees the audience smiling and having a good time.
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Most of us are familiar with the benefits of music. The influence of a song can calm our nerves after a stressful morning, get us pumped for a big event or even heal a broken heart. For many, music is a powerful transport to special times and places of memory and meaning. Music can reveal emotions, offer comfort and peace of mind. For hospitalized and special needs children, teens and even adults, music therapy enhances emotional well-being and promotes social, motor, cognitive, and communication skills. It can also be a therapeutic bridge that can take them far away from their pain, disease and isolation.
Currently, more and more medical doctors are recognizing the invaluable contributions that music therapy provides in helping patients heal. Music therapy is, in many ways, an essential part of a new way of thinking when it comes to treating the whole person – mind, body and spirit. Especially programs that provides hope to children and teens in crisis and those with special needs. As more individuals turn to alternative medicine, I believe that the need for music therapy is going to become greater. Many people don’t even know that it exists and that is what I want to change. My passion and goal is to increase the awareness of the benefits of music therapy and help raise more funds for existing programs that have the greatest need. There are many organizations that do not have the funding to have a music therapy program. We seek out proven providers that give children and young adults hope by using music therapy as part of their learning and healing process.
I have found that a little money goes a long way to help put a smile on someone’s face. 100% of all tax-deductible donations to “Music As Therapy”, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit company will go to purchasing music and/or instruments to aid in therapy. Please donate today, every dollar helps. “Together we can change the world through music”.
Thank you for your love and support!
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