About the Creators of Music Therapy Pro
Thanks for stopping by to learn more about us! Music Therapy Pro developed because we saw a need for music therapists–especially music therapists new to the field–to not only learn more about the non-clinical skills that are relevant as a professionals, but also to be connected to other music therapists going through what you’re going through.
That’s how Michelle, Rachel, and Kimberly got together, first as co-hosts of the Music Therapy Round Table podcast, and now as founders of this awesome site! Below you’ll find complete bios and links to additional information about Michelle, Kimberly and Rachel.
Michelle Erfurt, MT-BC (Wish Fulfillment Coordinator)
Michelle holds a B.S. in Music Therapy from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania as well as nationally recognized Board Certification. Michelle has also completed specialized trainings in Neurologic Music Therapy and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Music Therapy. She currently provides music therapy clinical services at Treasure Coast Hospice and Lawnwood Regional Medical Center. Michelle also shares her tips for other music therapists through her blog, Music Therapy Tween.
Have Pro membership questions? Contact Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kimberly Sena Moore, MM, MT-BC (Content Manager)
Kimberly is a board-certified music therapist living in Warrensburg, Missouri. She serves as Regulatory Affairs Associate for the Certification Board for Music Therapists, where she is involved in music therapy advocacy and state policy. Using the online handle “KimberlySMoore,” Kimberly has an active presence online through various social media sites. She writes about music therapy and starting your own therapy practice through her blog Music Therapy Maven, educates others about music therapy through her Psychology Today blog, “Your Musical Self,” and serves as co-host of the Music Therapy Round Table podcast. Clinically, Kimberly uses a brain-based approach in her work and specializes in the areas of trauma/attachment, health/medical, and rehabilitation. She started a PhD program in music therapy in Fall 2011 at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
Have ideas and questions for our podcasts? Contact Kimberly at email@example.com
Rachel Rambach, MM, MT-BC (Executive Producer)
Rachel received her Bachelor’s degree in voice performance from Rollins College and Master’s degree in music therapy from Illinois State University, both Summa Cum Laude. She started the music therapy program at The Hope Institute for Children and Families, which she ran for 4 years. Rachel now serves over 60 students of all ages and abilities through her full time private practice & teaching studio, Music Therapy Connections. She specializes in work with children who are diagnosed with autism and other developmental disorders. Her original songs, resources and materials are available on her website, Listen & Learn Music. Rachel also runs a membership site called Listen & Learn Plus! for music therapists and educators. She is a contributor at Songs For Teaching and Model Me Kids as well.
Have technical questions? Contact Rachel at firstname.lastname@example.org
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