Scroll down to see copies of Shoshana's articles. Shoshana has written about music therapy, wellness, and spiritual growth. Her articles have been published in The Jewish Press, Natural Jewish Parenting, Country Yossi Magazine, and other publications.
You can also visit dreamworker.org and listen to archives of radio programs that featured Shoshana speaking on energy and spiritual healing in September 2008. The programs aired on blogtalkradio.com.
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SPEAKER/PERFORMER FOR CONFERENCES OR GATHERINGS
To have Shoshana speak or perform at your conference or gathering, please write to email@example.com or call 347-410-7581, Sunday-Friday, EST. Sample topics include: music therapy with geriatrics and dementia, relationships, wellness, energy and spiritual healing, spiritual dating and attraction.
Previous speaking engagements included:
Professional conferences of The Gerontology Institute of New Jersey, NYC Creative Arts Therapy, Conference, Water & Stone Creative Arts Therapy Conferences,ATARA, NYS Recreation & Parks Society, Wurzweiler School of Social Work, American Orthodox Jewish Scientists, Singles groups at the Hineni Heritage Center and Shalom Singles
A Birdwatcher, a Songwriter/Musician, a TV Actor and a Writer: Four More VNSNY Staffers with Hidden Talents!
September 6, 2018
In this third edition of Frontline VNSNY’s ongoing “Hidden Talents” series, we are pleased to present four more VNSNY staff members with fascinating hobbies that may surprise you!
Shoshana Averbach: Sharing Songs of Healing
For VNSNY Home Care social worker Shoshana Averbach, her life-long love of music began with piano lessons at age eight. Since then, her instrumental skills have expanded to include guitar, flute, and violin. Shoshana also began writing music as a teenager. “I take a challenging life experience and work through it by writing a song,” she says. “It’s a spiritual, therapeutic process.” Along the way, she has created two albums, providing all of the melodies, lyrics, vocals, arrangements, and instrumentation. Shoshana, who has been with VNSNY since 2010, also received a master’s degree in music therapy from NYU, and uses this training with her clients on occasion. Together with therapeutic touch and emotional freedom technique (EFT), she uses music to help reduce anxiety.
Shoshana has performed professionally for decades, playing in more than 90 venues, many of them geriatric facilities. She plays guitar and sings in English, Yiddish, Hebrew, and Spanish, performing as often as three times each month. “It’s not entertainment,” says Shoshana, “it’s musical healing, making the audience feel good.” Shoshana says she herself gets a “helper’s high” from performing. “One of the wonderful things about music is that it’s universal,” she notes. “it touches a deep part of the soul, and can reach people regardless of their physical or mental well-being.”
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