Clinical Music Therapy

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…

Rebecca Vaudreuil, Music Therapist

Source: Your Magazine   Since the January 8th shooting of Gabrielle Giffords, there has been a surge in media coverage on her rehabilitation. The focus has been on her use of music therapy, a field that has grown in popularity over the last decade. ABC News…

The Power of Music

Publication: Inside Scripps   “Ah, music. A magic beyond all we do here!” –J.K. Rowling Margaret Speyer is an oncology patient at Scripps La Jolla and has been in the hospital for almost three weeks. On this day, she is recovering from recent chemotherapy treatment and…

Campus Spotlight: Music Therapy

Publication: Around La Jolla Author / Writer: Barbara Reuer, PhD, NMT–F, MT–BC   As many people know, music has been used in medicine for thousands of years. Ancient Greek philosophers believed that music could heal both the body and the soul. And, Native Americans have used singing…