Text Only Version

Music Therapy


NW Works Chimers Concert

NW Works Chimers Celebrates Successful Annual Concert

The music therapy program hosted its annual NW Works Chimers Concert on Dec. 10, in Armstrong Concert Hall, with more than 200 people in attendance. The Chimers program is directed by Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music Therapy Musicianship Fredrica Dooley-Brown ’11, ’19, M.M.T., MT-BC., and is a Suzuki tone-chime choir composed of disabled adult musicians […]

Continue Reading

Alumni Successes

Cassie Byers

Research by Byers ’20 Highlighted by Oxford University Press

Research by Cassie Byers ’20, M.M.T., MT-BC, for her master’s degree at Shenandoah University was highlighted in a compendium of articles created by Oxford University Press called “Clinical Skills: Getting Started in Your Medical Career.” Scroll down to “Preparing for Specialities” to see Byers’ article, “Professional Identity Formation in Early Career Music Therapists.”

Continue Reading
Bronwen Landless

Landless ’04, ’13 Earns Ph.D. in Creative Arts Therapies

Assistant Professor of Music Therapy Bronwen Landless ’04, ’13, Ph.D., MT-BC, successfully defended her dissertation “Therapeutic Songwriting with People Experiencing Homelessness: Exploring the Impact on Participants and their Surrounding Communities” at Drexel University last month as the culmination of her Ph.D. in the Creative Arts Therapies program.

Continue Reading