Sam's Fans Music and Art Therapy Blog
Music therapy can have an impact on a wide range of populations. It can help the elderly, specially those with dementia, it can help kids with burns, also children with autism, and premature babies in the NICU. And so much more! There is even one population you wouldn’t think of when you think of music therapy….Read More
IntroductionWho do Art Therapists See?The Art Therapy SessionConclusionReferences
Art therapy is an evidence-based treatment that utilizes a variety of art media and psychology based processes in order to reach therapeutic goals and improve overall quality of life. An art therapist is a board certified masters-level clinician who works with people of all ages across a broad spectrum of practice….
Annette Whitehead-Pleaux, M.A., MT-BC, is an assistant professor at Berklee College of Music. In addition, she teaches LENS courses on LGBTQ+ Identities in the Creative Arts. Annette also teaches at St. Mary-of-the-Woods College in the Masters and Equivalency programs, at Colorado State University, Loyola University in New Orleans, and at Lesley University all in the Master programs. …Read More
Thank you Gina Roell for writing this blog post! Gina is an art therapist at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
Hello from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Thanks to Sam’s Fans, the patients on our Bone Marrow Transplant unit are able to benefit from art therapy services. I wanted to share some of the art therapy activities (interventions) that I use with the patients that Sam’s Fans makes possible….
We once shared an article that mentioned music therapy as one of the most meaningful careers one can study. The article also mentioned how much music therapists and other professionals earn and it stroke me how music therapists were the second lowest-earning professionals on the list! Therefore, I decided to do a bit of research and write this post to hopefully take the conversation about music therapy salaries one step further….Read More
Music therapy is as much an ineffable experience as it is something concrete and observable. We want to share with you six music therapy quotes that perhaps provide a small window into what makes it so special and magical! These music therapy quotes come from musicians, music therapists, psychologists, novelists, and more! Which one is your favorite?…Read More
Thank you to our guest blogger Brittany Scheer, MA, MT-BC from Living Music LLC for writing Perspectives on Music Therapy in Dementia Care!
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Dementia Disorders Worldwide
Dementia Disorders currently make up one of the largest health care epidemics in the world….
Blog post written by music therapist Alyssa Graber, MME, MT-BC
Music Therapy and Autism Spectrum DisorderMusic Therapy at Bridgeway AcademyWhat Does a Music Therapy Session Look Like at Bridgeway Academy?About Alyssa Graber
Music Therapy and Autism Spectrum Disorder
There are years of evidence to support the efficacy of music therapy with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD),…
Thank you to Jennifer Rundberg for writing this blog post about art therapy! She’s the art therapist working at our partners The Center for Courageous Kids.
Art has always been a constant for me, and has been there to bring my life both color and light, as well as a feeling of empowerment and creativity. I have also seen how creating art brings others comfort,…
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Music Therapy at Ohio University
Established in 1951, Ohio University’s Music Therapy Department is one of the oldest music therapy degree programs in the country and one of the few programs in Ohio….
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