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Music Therapy with Military Service Members

June 21, 2013 10:17 AM
In addition to her work with other populations, board-certified music therapist Rebecca Vaudreuil, MT-BC provides group and individual music therapy to military service members diagnosed with PTSD, TBI, physical injuries, substance abuse, chemical dependency, and other challenges. In this AMTA-Pro podcast, Rebecca gives us an overview of the role of music therapy and the structure of services provided to all branches of the military in inpatient programs as well as in Wounded Warrior Battalion transition and community reintegration programs. She describes real life situations illustrating the value of music therapy professionals and interns teaming up with recreation therapists, volunteers, family members, recording artists, and the San Diego community in order to provide effective and life-changing experiences for military service members. The text section of this AMTA-Pro podcast includes links to videos featuring songs written by and/or performed by people involved in group and individual music therapy.

A benefit of membership in AMTA, current AMTA members may log in at the AMTA website with email address and password, then click AMTA-pro under Quick Links for the podcast, photos, resources, helpful hints, and other timely information.  Or go to the overview page at



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