Paul Pellinger is Using the Power of Music to Heal the Root of the Opioid Crisis

Yitzi Weiner
Dec 12, 2017 · 9 min read
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“I knew as a child, growing up in the Catskill Mountains 10 miles away from the original Woodstock site that music had power and the ability to change moods, motivate, reinforce gratitude, help people stay in the present, reflect, anchor people and most importantly communicate to the soul where long lasting change happens. These are some of the exact skill sets addicts need for long-term recovery.”

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Paul Pellinger with Steve Tyler
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