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Therapeutic Drumming was developed in 2003 as a means to engage at risk youth. It is now taught and used by young people and adults in schools, youth services, drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities, child protection residential facilities, mental health services, children’s hospitals, refugee trauma associations and prisons. Now, this cutting edge program is available to prisons, youth detention centers, rehabilitation facilities, and foster care facilities in the Southeast.



John Scalici is a  CERTIFIED Therapeutic Drumming FACILITATOR.
John is also a regular contributing author on the Therapeutic Drumming Blog.

Therapeutic Drumming is a flexible program that uses experiential learning and engages young people and adults who may be anxious or resistant to ‘talk based’ therapies.

Therapeutic Drumming explores relationship issues such as:


Peer Pressure
Dealing with emotions
Social responsibility

A Therapeutic Drumming Protocol is ideal for:



Detention Centers
Substance abuse facilities
Alternative schools