Fri, Jan 21 | CCA Zoom Meeting Room

January Lunch & Learn | Blowing in the Wind: Music that Matters

Grab a sandwich or a bowl of soup and turn on your device to enjoy our new and popular Lunch & Learn Series. It comes to you over Zoom during your lunch hour, and topics vary from serious to fun. Noon to 1 pm.
January Lunch & Learn | Blowing in the Wind: Music that Matters

Time & Location

Jan 21, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CST
CCA Zoom Meeting Room

About the Event

Music has a way of acting like a beloved companion, supporting us when we are challenged by the suffering within our lives.  Music may also act as a thorn in our side, reminding us of moments that we would rather forget.  It is a time machine, a warm blanket, a good friend, a bad reminder, or the symbol of a cultural movement.  Whatever it is to you, you have some kind of meaningful relationship with music.  In this lunch-time presentation we will explore how music matters through a brief lecture on aspects of music that may surprise you, and we will also hear a few songs performed by Dr. John Price, both a psychotherapist and a musician, who will guide us into a process wherein each participant may work with meaningful psychological material through a selection of songs and a discussion about what matters most.  I bet we find music that matters to you. John Price (PhD, LPC) is a psychotherapist, lecturer, and musician. He and his wife Leila-Scott Price co-founded The Center for the Healing Arts and Sciences, a boutique integrative clinic caring for mind, body, and spirit. John hosts the podcast The Sacred Speaks, which features interviews with experts on a variety of topics and is serving as living research for his forthcoming book. John’s doctorate is in Jungian psychology.

Presenter: John Price (PhD, LPC)

Topic: Blowing in the Wind: Music that Matters

Date: Friday, January 21

Time: noon to 1 pm

Register: Click here, or call (713) 524-8253 to register.

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