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Music Therapy

  The practice of using music to help people was introduced to PEI eight years ago. Now Islanders dealing with everything from anxiety to bullying, family violence to cancer are finding help through music therapy.

 Oliver Rukavina sees music therapist Katherine Lowings every week. Reporter Brian Higgins sat in on one of their sessions. First you'll hear Oliver singing with his therapist, into his reverb microphone. 

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