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Barbara Crowe: Rich History in Music Therapy

As is the case for many music therapists, Barbara Crowe was born into a musical family, played her Scottish grandmother’s 3/4 sized violin in orchestra, and enjoyed singing & playing guitar as did many teens in the 1960’s. While in college she was intrigued at the reaction when she shared music with kids with special […]

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Sound Healing and Its Relation to Music Therapy

Barbara J. Crowe, MMT, MT-BC, Director of Music Therapy at Arizona State University, has had a long-term interest in music therapy theory and the other uses of sound and music for health and healing. In this AMTA.Pro Symposium, Barbara provides an overview of some of the many sound healing practices and addresses their relationship to […]

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