Alice Springs violinist Dian Booth was classically trained; indeed she used to play in the orchestra at London’s Covent Garden. But she has a second string to her bow – as a psychologist. And now she works as a healer, using the vibrations of sound and colour to bring body and mind into harmony. In this interview, she explains how, working alongside conventional doctors, she is able to ease the emotional problems of her clients, as well as helping cancer sufferers.

Broadcast: Tuesday 1 January 2013 at 5.30pm on 8CCC Community Radio 102.1FM

Repeated: Following Friday at 9am and Sunday at 5.00pm

Producers:  Joy Taylor and Helen Womack

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Helen Womack listens to the sound of a healing bowl, played by Dian Booth