Good news! The world’s leading therapeutic drumming program is now available online.
Now more than ever, professionals are looking for innovative ways to build connection, self-esteem, resilience and to reduce anxiety and stress. So if you are working in education, health, counselling therapy, justice, social work… or just keen to make a positive difference, DRUMBEAT Online is for you.
You can now learn the power of the evidence-based, award-winning DRUMBEAT program anytime, anywhere, at your own pace. Make the most of a special 10% DISCOUNT if you register before June 30, 2020.
DRUMBEAT Online expands on our proven success of running 16 years of in-person training for professional development. It includes:
- An expansive video library of rhythmic exercises and learning sessions
- The latest information and research on Trauma Informed Practice
- Exclusive one-on-one support from DRUMBEAT Master Trainers
- 12-month course access to practice your skills
- Peer learning support forums
- Access to the global facilitator private Facebook group
- Learn 24/7 at your own pace and get accredited
“The flexibility of DRUMBEAT Online is a fantastic option. The videoed training sessions and resources provided were extremely helpful. I would strongly recommend it to others.”
– Jenni Temperley
“I found DRUMBEAT Online to be an invaluable learning experience. The course materials were very easy to follow, and the feedback I received from facilitators was always constructive, positive and motivating. DRUMBEAT has definitely enhanced my practice as a Counsellor in a remote setting.”
– Melissa Maher
“I found DRUMBEAT Online to be very effective for my situation. As a working educator, it is the only way I could fit the training into my schedule. I was also able to refer back to material online as I needed to reinforce skills and concepts. The reference material and workbooks were good quality and easy to use. The process of recording my assignments and sending them in for feedback was convenient and effective. I thoroughly enjoyed the course and would recommend it to anyone that has an interest in using drum circles to enhance group dynamics, relationships and communication.”
– Scott Carson