Publications featuring Sue’s
Country Living magazine
New York Post
Your Dog and Catnip magazine
Joshua Leed’s Through a Dog’s Ears and the Power of Sound
The Goldsteins’ Wellness & Longevity book
Julia Szabo’s The Underdog; Grace magazine
International Harp Therapy Journal
Alpine Sun newspaper
San Diego Union Tribune newspaper
Arden Moore’s The Cat Behavior Answer Book
Love of Animals magazine
Dish Network’s new program: Natural Companions
Disney’s Animal Planet
You Lie Like A Dog
ABC Radio Australia
The field trials of harp enrichment for 20 undomesticated Alaskan wolves continues to provide education and enlightenment to viewers on Animal Planet.
Harp Enrichment Therapy (HET) and Acoustical Nourishment (AN) as Rehabilitative Therapy.
A 501(c)(3) company
This therapy provides measurable overall improved levels of physical, mental and emotional wellness for people (and animals). There is opportunity for full recovery from illness and/or disability, lessening the chance of relapse and need for further medical treatment—which In some cases may be funded by Medicare or Medicaid.
Neither Medicare or Medi-Cal reimburse for psychotherapy, treatment support or other costly needs of a person impaired by medical treatments including which may include: surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, hormone therapy, or in-hospital physical therapy for lymphedema—a common side effect of surgery.
There is currently no funding for rehabilitation, only medical treatment. Harp Enrichment and Acoustic Nourishment Therapy, as we offer it, is for after medical treatment and at the discretion of the patient who feels impaired by the medical treatment received. Failure to rehabilitate can cause continued dependence for medical treatment, which may extend government expense. Hence the need to rely on public charity support.