Presentations, Inservices and workshops Provided
Presentation: Thesis- Addressing issues of multiculturalism and identity within the hospice population through Music Therapy practice.
Lesley University, Massachsetts, USA
Inservice: Importance of utilising Music Therapy Interventions with Brain Injury and Stroke Patients
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Boston, USA
Inservice for Nursing Students: Utilizing song with a stroke patient to improve communication skills and decrease Aphasia.
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Stroke Floor, Boston, USA
Presentation: The role of Music in facilitating trust within the developing client-therapist relationship.
Passages Music Therapy conference, Boston, USA
Inservice: Music Therapy in Hospice and Palliative Care
The Goddard House Nursing Facility, Boston, USA
Publication: Response to
Addressing Issues of Ethnicity and Identity in Palliative Care through Music
by Kristen D. Macleod MT-BC
Published in Voices: A World Forum For Music
Inservice: Music Therapy Interventions with Hospice Patients
Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care, Newton, MA, USA
Presentation: John :A case study exploring the role music plays in increasing trust within the client therapist relationship with an elderly patient at end of life
Season's Hospice and Palliative Care, Newton, MA, USA
Presentation: A Study of the importance of Music Therapy with ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) patients nearing end of life.
Lesley University, Boston, MA, USA & Season's Hospice and Palliative Care, Newton, MA, USA
Presentation: Exploring issues of culture in Music Therapy
Lesley University, Boston, USA
Group Presentation: Incorporating Arts Therapies into the Therapeutic Process with the Transgender Population.
Lesley University, Boston, Ma, USA