Judith Pinkerton: Life Strategist
Innovator. Author. Therapist. Speaker
With a clear but simple mission of helping and inspiring others, Judith Pinkerton is a profound life strategist
known for making a memorable impact. Her unique approach combined with exceptional guidance and contagious enthusiasm makes her perfect for personal sessions or a large variety of audiences and events.
By providing the right healing tools and knowledge, Judith Pinkerton has helped thousands of people unleash their potential, paving the way towards both personal and professional success. Get in touch to learn more.
"We are honored to partner with ACM Lifting Lives to recognize Judith for her outstanding commitment to using her music therapy skills to help people cope with serious health issues. Judith is a wonderful example of someone who is not only using her talents to positively impact her patients through music therapy, but also using her passion for the healing power of music to expand and advance her profession while helping others."
-- Catherine Hernandez-Blades
Aflac Senior Vice President, Chief Brand and Communications Officer
Judith Pinkerton’s passion for music therapy was ignited in Alaska when her solo violin music replaced medication post-surgery in a hospital. She developed the Music 4 Life® wellness system that translates the Music Medicine medical protocol into training programs and products available in telehealth, ecourses and digital downloads. As a clinician and internship director, author, TEDx speaker and recording artist, Judith is the first to receive music therapy licenses issued by the Nevada State Board of Health and Department of Education. With over twenty years experience in helping individuals improve health through her Music Medicine Protocol, she has treated over 11,000 patients in addiction treatment centers. Aflac and the Academy of Country Music produced this TV commercial featuring Judith as their first recipient of the Lifting Lives Honor (2018). University Medical Center of Southern Nevada is planning a music study (2021) to benefit up to 600 employees, including first responders, who will report the effectiveness of the Music 4 Life® Music Medicine Protocol.