By Brian Mitchell Bolden, B.S.

Department Manager

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

At Xavier University of Louisiana

June 01st, 2023


In the spirit of jazz, an peer-centered brilliant instinctive self-adventures of the animated soul still remains vague to extents beyond psychological reasoning. Bringing the bigger picture of the sense of Jazz Psychology importance in everyday lifespan of distinctive high functioning attributes that communicate insights of scholarly applied science and behaviour. Whether we are encompassing parks, cafes, musical halls, improv, showcases, and school concerts, with aspiring jazz musician poets, an artist alike this proposal plans to support experiences of some of the practical regimens which pairings of life’s first, has to offer on asking if considerations of a vocal coach, or even better yet polishing up sets and renditions these are all examples for supporting practical endeavors. This brief report explores the experiential domain of Jazz Psychology through the lens of Cornetist and aims to address reduction of stress and relaxation through benefits of Jazz Psychological Exercises. Developed by staffers and colleagues, This concept of both motivation, stress reduction, & relaxation, in part, studies causations in how leisure enjoyment and performance results in personal growth.
As you may or may not know, the intent of this brief report is to identify characteristics relative to our peers and aid in resolving in the area of stress reduction and relaxation through the benefits of Jazz Psychology. There are in fact, recorded data that examine and mirror demonstrations of: Implications of a focused mind for heightened performance, Confirms reduction of stress and relaxation, Interpersonal Communication, & Form & harmony. Because of the fixation of the mind and a belief that cornetist are talented naturals, we can all agree that a forward thinking and growth mind set are far more preferable. This defines the notion that abilities are and can be shaped and improved. A great deal of the process is by monitoring calm breathing techniques. Knowing when the opportunity strikes and applying oneself in a particular rendition and or harmony requires conscious work, acting, and overall interpersonal awareness of the given moment.


Jazz Psychology Exercisers

Incorporates fun activities into our daily lives. To become calmer. “College students experience high levels of stress. Mindfulness meditation delivered via a mobile app may be an appealing, efficacious way to reduce stress in college students.”

For example, Benefits of Jazz Psychological Exercises theories include but are not limited to: Informative and structured around improving physical health more energy and stamina post-recovery. Demonstrative concepts conveying emotional stability, positive attitude for hopeful and happy results. Descriptive reliability in ability peers and students are able to improve focus supporting learning and achievement in classroom and lecture halls. “Mindfulness meditation may be a practical approach to reduce stress in college students. In a recent narrative synthesis of studies on the effects of mindfulness meditation on stress in college students, 16 of the 22 studies reported significant decreases in self-reported stress.”


Encouraging practical skills to increase awareness of tension in the body and improve awareness of the difference of tension in the body for calmer outcomes. 5 – 2 – 7 Breathing technique gives full control to peer participant.

**Proven Results**

• “no longer tense”

• “I am letting go”

Jazz Psychological Exercisers Curriculum

(EBP) model, is there an intense support for participants this evidence-based practice requires informative descriptive practical and demonstrated skills and content. Jazz Psychology pedagogy is and can be the avenue to exchange insights on techniques & humanitarian efforts. A spotlight hailing June is black music month, musician development with white glove treatment for jazz psychological exercises, fosters passion, and expounding on brilliant repertoires and the adjustments to support recovery. And paths that intersect with psychological studies worldwide. In other words, this brief report is what’s known as restoring that catchy jazz tune we all adore! How psychologically smart are you? Is a gamification strategy aimed to highlight hidden purposes among the gifted and talented. We’re applying this to proven studies such as stress reduction relaxation, healthy breathing techniques, and motivation along playing critical roles and steady study development which are a few of the major benefits! This may be in the form of happiness, enjoyment, and sometimes even with more intense emotions. Human nature is to be present in the given moment having composure concealed and motivation at the very best as self-confidence becomes a practiced mindful behaviour. Neville Brothers are a New Orleans based musical sensation jazz group that have performed for decades! All around the United States mental health crises are increasingly challenging the human body that being that stressful behaviours lead to unsatisfactory results. Are there ways to show that Jazz Psychology improves personal grow? (a) Evidence on the conceptual frameworks of successful educational prevention strategies & outcomes. (b) Proven positive-affirming energies and reactive motivational (b) distinguishing Stress Reduction & Relaxation Education, Stress Reduction & (c) Relaxation Counselling and lastly Stress Reduction & Relaxation Peer Support to this improve social, political, and economic environment . How should the mental health crisis be treated or corrected? The resolve would include but not be limited to, providing critical analysis of students and faculty fostering innovation, development, and leadership skills to deal more effectively with Jazz Psychological Exercises landscape, both in the classroom and in their professional capacities, with the burgeoning mental health crisis brought on by systemic inequities.


The World Health Organization reports that four of the ten leading causes of disability in the United States and other international and developing countries are mental disorders. Mental Illness crosses all areas, demographics, socioeconomic status, age, race, religion, education and family support systems or stability. One in four adults experience a mental health disorder in a given year; one in 17 adults ( 5% ) and that consist of serious severe mental illness such as schizophrenia, major depression, & bipolar disorder. Yet, less than one third of adults and half of children with diagnosable mental health disorders receive mental health services in a given year.

In the United States, the annual economic, indirect costs of mental illness is estimated at $79 billion. Most of the amount approximated reflect $63 billion in the same manner the loss of productivity as a result of the illness is detrimental, life changing, mood altering and overall results in tension in the human body. Beyond the suffering of the individual with the disorder, the effects of families and friends is profound there are economic burdens that extend far beyond the last opportunities of the family and social system aspects which part productivity of the illness and individual to the countless adjustments and compromises made. The illness of one family member commonly prevents other members of the family from achieving their full potential and work and social responsibilities as well as in the classroom and technological advances. In retrospect, there is promising news with Jazz Psychological Exercises we can curve the outcomes in knowing recovery are achievable! Jazz Psychological Exercises in conjunction with gamification How Psychologically Smart Are You? Anticipates that global awareness will touch lives and save lives.


Pivot tables, role plays, & recording data both manually & technologically are all the preferred methods of documentation progress of participants which include but does not limit to: youth gifted and talented, college students performers, and adults musicians. Recruitment will consist of need basis and will be determined by low performing, high performing and or resilience. Participants’ progress will revolve around

sessions and monthly wellness achievements for encouraging self motivations and explorations for the stages of change model. The session will be documented by certified, educated, and trained professional personnel and or work study student(s) under the supervision of a licensed psychologist.

Scenario of Role Play

You are a musician who is waiting a day to recover after an intensive musical workshop. A jazz psychology exerciser comes over to you to see you. You’ve never heard of a jazz psychological exerciser and are not quite sure what this person is supposed to do. You are feeling left out, and your thoughts and performance are all resulting from stress, you are very worried about what’s happening to you and want help, but you don’t have much hope. You’ve gone to other expert professionals two times in the past three weeks. Each time you got some guidance you went home, and nothing seemed to get better period it just seems like a rollercoaster.

Note: Establishing rapport with prospective participant and reassure that educated and trained experts are under the supervision of licensed psychologists.

Scenario of Group Development and Guidance

You are working on a cornetist performance for an upcoming showcase. You are meeting with a fellow musician who came into the theater a few hours ago and he and or she seems to be experiencing intense feelings. Before you can suggest that you both should collaborate and compose repertoire melodies, this person is not sure what psychological exercises are and doesn’t know what to expect. By using active listening skills to work with this participant on what they need in this situation. Determine if the participant(s) is low or high performing and provide pathway forward and use stress reduction and relaxation techniques to support participants in having a successful big performance day!

Observation Note: After analyzing and conversing of what is really going on with participant, it is discovered that low performing is a result of lack of dexterity and being exposed to group development settings. Lastly, ask permission, suggest and or consider a wellness plan and regimen for the next session. And clarify that there is a no therapy rule. And that gamification is a mood stabilized for How Psychologically Smart Are You? Or encourage digital mobile applications such as CALM APP. Mindfulness APP etc. to help.


Explaining the benefits of what Jazz Psychological Exercises are and how this will aid speedy recovery in first encounter. The following questions will facilitate data recorded in session(s) and documentation will promote and reflect in pivot tables.

• How many are affected?
• How powerfully are they affected?
• If they are affected positively, can this cause be replicated elsewhere?
• Or are they victims?
• Could suffering be avoided?
• Can we show how?
• Musicians make up what percentage of case studies?
• Where do musicians rank according to psychologists?
• Can Jazz Psychological Exercises be used to build brain muscle?
• Can anyone professional or scholar learn techniques of Jazz Psychology?

Expected Outcomes

• Low performing -performing or functioning at lower levels.
• High performing -performing or operating at higher levels.
• Resilience – The capacity to recover.
• Peer-reviewed publications.
• Strategies to disclose Jazz Psychological Exercises statistics.
• Strategies to disclose in public setting or panel.


For example, cornetists with challenges sending internal messages to the body about how to correct a behaviour are in fact solely how one’s mind reacts to how the body behaves and how your body reacts to how your brain behaves. The intent is to utilize discoveries focused on the gifted and talented to develop and evidence trials during, How Psychologically Smart Are You?: Round 1: Creating a health and wellness plan. Round 2: Reducing stress and adjusting. Round 3: Prioritizing musicians’ professional goals.

This robust developmental gamification concept is knowledge based on recovery coach Frameworks for those of whom are verbal, hands-on, and nonverbal or all of the above flexibility of curriculum.


• Louisiana 50th in Brain health (Ochsner)
• One in four experience mental health complication in a given year (National Alliance of Mental Illness)
• In the average adult human, the brain represents about 2% of the body weight. Remarkably, despite its relatively small size, the brain accounts for about 20% of the oxygen and, hence, calories consumed by the body.


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Further Reading:
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