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Master of Music Therapy

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Sensory Friendly Concert

Shenandoah’s Sensory Friendly Concert Welcomes More Than 100 Guests

The Shenandoah Conservatory music therapy department teamed up with The Musical Autist to present a Sensory Friendly Concert on Friday, Nov. 15, in Goodson Chapel – Recital Hall. This event welcomed more than 100 guests from Warren County High School and Grafton School as well as members of the local community. More than 20 Shenandoah […]

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Alumni Successes

Kristen Lynn Pugh

Pugh ’12, 18 Sings ‘Daisy Bell’ with Assisted Living Resident

Kristen Lynn Pugh ’12, ’18 (Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre, Professional Studies Program for Music Therapy Certification Eligibility) sang “Daisy Bell,” a song written in 1892 by British songwriter Harry Dacre, with Mary, one of the residents at Bickford of Bexley Assisted Living & Memory Care in Columbus, Ohio, where she currently serves […]

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Stephen Sabados

Sabados ’98, ’11 on Life as a Music Therapist Amidst COVID-19

Stephen Sabados ’98, ’11 MT-BC, (Bachelor of Music Therapy, Master of Music Therapy) currently serves as a music therapist in a Maryland psychiatric hospital. I’ve had to limit the use of musical instruments to prevent the spreading of this virus. I’ve been asked to think outside the box daily. Extra, extra, extra hand sanitizer; disinfectant […]

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Allison Echard

Master’s Thesis by Echard ’18 Published in Music Therapy Perspectives

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music Therapy Allison Echard ’18, M.M., submitted her master’s thesis for publication in the peer-reviewed journal Music Therapy Perspectives. The article, “Making Sense of Self: An Autoethnographic Study of Identity Formation for Adolescents in Music Therapy,” is a qualitative study that explores how adolescents with developmental differences form identities and music […]

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