CURE: Cultural Programming

Cultural Programming

CURE: Cultural Programming

Student Presenters

Shannon Chen, Sarah Mellinger, Georgia Seacrest, Olusegun Sobanjo

Faculty Mentor

Dr. Craig Smith

Graduate Innovator

Marina Sachs

College

College of the Arts

Abstract

HUM2930: Cultural Programming is a CURE course on the use of soundscapes in a mental healthcare facility. This project involves the actual application by therapists and providers of UF CURE student research outcomes. This work is being carried out in affiliation with Column Health, LLC in Boston, MA. This research takes an interdisciplinary approach towards exploring different humane and accessible treatment models that correlate with national developments in the use of ketamine and other psychedelics for treating anxiety, PTSD, depression, and substance use disorders.

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