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Sensory-Motor based Music Therapy for Autism

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Janice Lindstrom

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Dr. Dorita S. Berger, PhD, MT-BC, LCAT, born in Argentina, is a concert pianist, educator, author, Board Certified music therapist, and New York State Licensed Creative Arts Therapists. Dr. Berger holds a BFA in Piano Performance (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA) , an MA in
Music Therapy (New York University, New York, NY), a PhD in Physiologic Music Therapy (Psychology Department, Roehampton University, London, UK), and additional piano performance training at The Juilliard Conservatory (New York). Dr. Berger is Adjunct Faculty, Dept. of Music, Kean University, Union, NJ. Adjunct Faculty Dept. of Arts & Humanities, Gateway Community College, New Haven CT., and Adjunct Faculty for Autism Research, Dept. of Psychology, Virginia Tech. She has served as Assistant Professor of Music Therapy, and Visiting Specialist at Montclair State University, (NJ). Dr. Berger has held faculty positions at Universities in Connecticut, New Jersey, and Florida, and continues to be called upon to teach and provide clinical supervision, seminars, and presentations at National and International Conferences in Europe, Canada, South and North America.