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Where Do I Think Music Therapy Will Be In Ten Years?

By Maya Zebley, Intern #120 According to the American Music Therapy Association web-site, in the 1940’s music therapy became an organized clinical profession which led to establishment of  “standards for university-level educational and clinical training requirements, making research and clinical training a priority, creating a…

What is the future of music therapy?

By Marielle Sheppel, Intern #119 Advances in research and technology are linking music experiences to actual biological responses in the brain and body, validating our field and providing explanation for treatment. At the MusicWorx internship, we work primarily in the medical setting and I find…

Future of Music Therapy

The Future of Music Therapy

By Anna Smith To quote our well revered director, “Your future success in Music Therapy is all about posturing.  How you present yourself, knowing your market, knowing what you have to offer, and being persistent.” And as young professionals in this booming field, our posture…

My MusicWorx Inc Experience

By Maya Zebley How can you have gratitude without growth? And how can you grow without challenges? As a MusicWorx Inc. intern I take upon me all the challenges I can to become a better music therapist. I am blessed to be part of a…

Top 10 Ways You Know You're a MusicWorx Intern

By Marielle Sheppel Let’s face it – any internship can be challenging. We’re switching from about 45 semester hours of practicum work to cramming in 1,040 hours of uninterrupted training in “one semester”…aka a 6-month internship. Just as every group of people or every university…