Cultural Intersections in Music Therapy: Music, Health, and the Person—Book launchCo-editors: Annette Whitehead-Pleaux, MA, MT-BC and Xueli Tan, PhD, MT-BC
Tuesday, May 2, 2017 from 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Washburn Lounge, Brattle Campus (10 Phillips Place, Cambridge)
· This is the first comprehensive textbook on multicultural dimensions of music therapy. The editors pass the literary microphone to the authors—all music therapists who have found belonging and identity in diverse cultures. The authors examine how music therapy is relevant within an individual’s cultural context through personal and scholarly explorations. The chapters are separated into three sections: 1) understanding oppression and bias; 2) minority cultures within North America; and 3) inclusive music therapy practice and education. This focused examination prompts the reader to listen to myriad minority voices and engage in cultural dialogues. Light refreshments will be served. Copies of the book will be available for purchase, or you may review and purchase the book at http://www.barcelonapublishers.com/multicultural-intersections-music-health-the-person
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The international relations committee is interested in your story! if you have gone out of the country, and provided music therapy services, we would appreciate if you would send some information about what you did. We want to hear about all the wonderful connections we are making around the world through music therapy. We would love it if you could share your story, and pictures, if you have any! It is very exciting that so many people are reaching out to other countries and demonstrating the power of music and music therapy. What great connections we are making all around the globe! Send your information to: email@example.com
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Dear Fellow Music Therapists:
I would like to thank you for taking the time to help us with our continued advocacy in RI and to thank you for your support and assistance in passing legislation last year. Your efforts were noted by our legislators.
For those of you who may be hearing this for the first time, last year RI passed legislation to create a registry in the state of RI. The bill passed and we are waiting on the completion of our registry. Unfortunately, our governor has just proposed her budget with an article (article 20) that would repeal the registry passed last year. I have grave concerns regarding the negative impact this could have not only in RI but also in setting a pattern across the country.
I am reaching out again to request assistance in RI. I am attaching a template to send to the representatives in RI (I am also attaching two sets of emails). The most important representative would be the heads of the house committee on finance (Representative Gallison) If you copy or forward correspondence to firstname.lastname@example.org we will also create a database to ensure all testimony was received by the appropriate individuals.
Thank you again for your response and assistance.
Nicole O’Malley MT-BC, NMT
Neurologic Music Therapist Board Certified
Hands in Harmony LLC
House Committee on Finance
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Krystal Demaine dissertation abstract was published in the APA Journal Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain. Here is the reference. Demaine, K. (2013). Musical echolalia and non-verbal children with autism. Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain, 23(3), 202-203.
BIG congratulations to her on the publication of her valuable research!
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Boston Children’s Hospital Music Therapist Brian Jantz is featured in this article on CNN.com
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