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In the past, casual music making was used to experience a sense of community and cultivate meaningful relationships.
Do you long for those meaningful moments in your life? Join us for an hour-long show where we discuss family music making from both the perspective of children and older adults! Two board certified music therapists will be our guests.
Rachelle Norman has been helping older adults live better lives through music for the last ten years. Rachelle is a board-certified music therapist and owner of Soundscape Music Therapy, a private practice serving older adults in Kansas City. Rachelle plays piano, guitar, and oboe, and loves having spontaneous dance parties with her husband and three-year-old daughter.
Carol Ann has been a board-certified music therapist for 18 years. In addition to her private practice in central New Jersey, Carol Ann is the manager of Special Needs Services and the director for the Music Together Within Therapy program for Music Together LLC in Princeton, NJ. Carol Ann is a doctoral candidate at Drexel University researching clinical decision-making in family music therapy.
Pete Kremer is joined by board certified music therapists; Andrew Knight and Noel Anderson will be your co-hosts. Andrew is a board certified music therapist and assistant professor at University of North Dakota where he teaches and conducts research on music therapy. He is a Music Together teacher and center director of Grand Cities Music Together. Noel Anderson, MT-BC, is a board certified music therapist, neurologic music therapist (NMT), certified teacher of music, and vocalist. Through her business, Anderson Music Therapy Services, she facilitates music therapy session with children through adults with various developmental and neurological disabilities.
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