Self Care: Avoiding Injury and Creative Burnout
Facilitated by Hayley Cann
Date: May 9th
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Self-care is more than a bubble bath or quality time with friends. Being a musician or actor involves more than one performance. The courage to create brings many challenges including self-doubt, judgement, procrastination, joy, overwhelm, anxiety, injury, and adrenaline. Learn how proper self-care can impact your creativity and overall performance outcome. It is only when you are well physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually that you can express your gifts in their truest form.
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Hayley Francis Cann, BMT, MTA, NMT currently provides music therapy services to Katarokwi/ Kingston, ON and Area in Canada. Throughout her life, Hayley enjoyed performing in various ensembles and choirs in the community and volunteering at hospitals and seniors homes. This led her to pursue a career involving music and connecting with people in a meaningful way. She studied at Acadia University to obtain a Bachelor of Music Therapy (BMT). In this programme she received advanced training in piano, guitar, and voice, as well as saxophone as her principle instrument. In June 2017 Hayley became an accredited music therapist recognized by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) and the Canadian Association of Music Therapists (CAMT). In May 2018, Hayley became a recognized Neurologic Music Therapist (NMT) with The Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy specializing in music therapy approaches for rehabilitation. She has clinical experience with seniors including dementia and Alzheimer’s, individuals with developmental disabilities, and rehabilitation including stroke and acquired brain injury. Hayley is currently pursuing a Masters of Science in Aging and Health at Queen’s University to further explore the impact of the arts on the aging process and collaborate with professionals in the healthcare industry on ways to promote wellbeing during the aging experience. Hayley recently authored and released a Children’s book about music therapy, called "Mandy's Mom, The Music Therapist," in hopes of creating a more accessible advocacy tool for the music therapy community. In everything she does, Hayley aims to provide an authentic experience that is respectful toward all people no matter their age, diagnosis, background, race, religion, or personal preferences.