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Developmental Speech & Language Training

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Janice Lindstrom

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On September 14, I'm talking with Dr. Hayoung Lim. She is Assistant Professor of Music Therapy and Director of Graduate Studies in Music Therapy at Sam Houston State University. Dr. Lim’s clinical background includes working with diverse population including individuals with mental illnesses, developmental disorders, medical problems, neurologic impairments, dementia, hospice, and others. She completed her music therapy internship at Lutheran General Hospital, Park ridge, IL, and worked as a full time music therapist at the Cleveland Music School Settlement.  Dr. Lim also worked as music therapy director at Children’s Health & Education Management, Miami, FL and specialized in music therapy for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. In addition, Dr. Lim has worked as a concert cellist, performing numerous solo recitals and participating in internationally-recognized orchestras in Seoul, Korea and the U.S.

 Dr. Lim’s research focuses on the effect of music on children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, and the effect of musical experiences on cognition, speech/language and physical rehabilitation.  In 2011, Dr. Lim’s book titled “Developmental Speech-language Training through Music for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders” was published by Jessica Kingsley Publisher, London, UK.  Dr. Lim is a board-certified, neurologic music therapist (NMT Fellow) and current member of the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA).  She earned her bachelor’s degree in Cello Performance from the Catholic University of Korea, and master’s degree in both Cello Performance and Music Therapy from the Illinois State University. In 2007, she received her Ph.D. degree in music education with an emphasis on music therapy from the University of Miami.

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