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AMTA-pro: Music Therapy in the NICU, pt. 1

March 29, 2012 01:20 PM

New AMTA-pro podcast

Music Therapy in the NICU, Part 1
This AMTA-Pro podcast, the first of a 2-part series, features a lively conversation between three experienced professionals talking about their work as music therapists in neonatal intensive care units (NICU). The podcast speakers - Jessy Rushing, Andrea Cevasco, and Olivia Swedberg Yinger - provide insight into the significant impact of music therapy on the infants in NICU as well as on the staff and parents. The panel talks about the types of services music therapists can provide, and exchanges ideas about some of the challenges and rewarding moments music therapy professionals may encounter in NICU settings. The discussion and clinical stories are of interest to music therapists, not matter their area of clinical expertise or experience.
A benefit of current membership in AMTA, click to go to the AMTA-pro entry page, log in with your email address and pasword and then enjoy.


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