Thursday, January 12, 2012

Tie Dye Duet: Successful Approaches to Combining Music and Art for Therapy

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It has been a big week for news!  Yesterday I announced my debut on The Music Therapy Show that will take place in March.  Today my presentation idea was officially accepted for the 2012 South Eastern Conference for the American Music Therapy Association!  

I am excited about this presentation because it is on a very unique topic that I have not seen addressed very often (...I actually haven't ever seen anything about it, but I may have missed something over the years...) at music therapy conferences.  

The title of my presentation is: Tie Dye Duet: Successful Approaches to Combining Music and Art for Therapy

I will specifically be talking about some of my experiences combining art and music therapy in the psychiatric setting, but much of the material can be transferred to other settings.  

My session will be on Saturday morning, March 31, at 7:45am.  (Yes, I said 7:45 am!  Bring your coffee and donuts!)  The conference will be held in Charlotte, NC and should be a great meeting!  

Start planning now so that you can make it!  If you can't make the conference, don't worry!  I am sure that I will continue to blog about this topic and will try to put some information from the presentation online after it occurs.  So stay tuned!     

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