|Final campus practicum class (May 2014)|
|Learning improvisational group techniques|
|"The piano is our friend"|
|Laughter is important in learning!|
|Final residency for this cohort |
In addition, as a final way to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Music Therapy at The Woods, the SMWC Music Therapy Program hosted Nordoff-Robbins music therapist Alan Turry, DA, LCAT, MT-BC, on June 3rd for a Continuing Education course (CMTE) he presented entitled, "Improvisation Primer: Integrate Clinical Improvisation into your Practice".
|CMTE participants in June 2014 with|
Dr. Alan Turry
|Fall 2014 MTED Residency (Faculty and Students)|
Finally, in a couple of weeks we will welcome back new and returning undergraduate music therapy students to campus to kick off the 2014-15 academic year. We are excited to begin our 31st year and feel the energy and excitement of the students. We will be sure to introduce some new students via this blog in the coming weeks.
Here's to another successful academic year (and continued meaningful connections through music) ahead!