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Janice Lindstrom

The Music Therapy Show


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The Music Therapy Show with Janice Lindstrom is a discussion about what music therapy is and how to use it in your life. Music Therapists looking for new ideas and people looking to use music to enhance their capabilities through the planned use of music on human brain functioning.

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Tracy Richardson is my guest on September 21. Dr. Richardson is the Director of Masters in Music Therapy and Department Chair at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College in Indiana. She has 23 years of experience in clinical practice and 16... more

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... more

Lisa is a board certified music therapist who received her Bachelor of Music from Michigan State University. She currently provides music therapy services to students in the Berkley School district. Lisa was named the 2008 Very Special... more

Dr. Dale Taylor, MT-BC is my guest on August 24. He is the author of Biomedical Foundations of Music as Therapy and will be discussing the implications of the proposal to move to a Masters Level Entry on the medical and international... more

I'm talking with Dr. Janice Dvorkin, ACMT, Director of Music Therapy at the University of Incarnate Word. She is a past president of the American Association for Music Therapy (AAMT) and will give her perspective on the move to... more

This week I'm talking with Judy Simpson, Dena Register, and Kimberly Sena Moore about how moving to a masters level entry will affect the State Recognition Operational Plan for music therapy.

Rats. BlogTalkRadio cut me off again in the middle of a statement. This is the 4th and should be final segment of reading the ETAB documents that relate to Masters Level Entry. I will continue with the response to the question that was... more

In this installment, I will finish reading the ETAB document "Masters Level Entry: Core Considerations" and will begin reading "Masters Level Entry: Frequently Asked Questions."

Because I use the free version of Blog Talk radio, it cut me off before I could finish reading the documents. So I will continue where I left off from yesterday's show.

This week starts off the month-long series exploring the proposal to move Music Therapy to a Masters Level Entry degree. Currently, music therapists are board certified at the Bachelor-level or its equivalent. The Education and Training... more

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