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barbara Crowe, MMT, MT-BC

 

Barbara Crowe, MMT, MT-BC 

Music and Soulmaking:
Toward a New Theory of
Music Healing

Barbara Crowe is Director of Music Therapy at Arizona State University. She also has a Masters of Music in Music Therapy. She has clinical experience at the Neuropsychiatric Institute working with emotionally disturbed adolescents. Professor Crowe's personal research agenda includes the historical antecedents of current Music Therapy practice (including shamanic practices) and the newly emerging sound healing and subtle energy practices. She served on the Board of Directors of the Institute for Music, Health and Education and is an interview subject on the video, Of Sound Mind and Body. Professor Barbara Crowe has been very active in the American Music Therapy Association (formerly the President of the National Association for Music Therapy) over the last 25 years. During her tenure as president, NAMT participated in a hearing before the United States Senate Special Committee on Aging entitled Forever Young: Music and Aging and contributed written testimony to the official hearing record. She served as Chair of the Unification Task Force on Education and Clinical Training, which revised and rewrote the educational standards for music therapists in the United States. She has been awarded the AMTA Award of Merit for distinguished service to and promotion of the profession of music therapy. Professor Crowe served as Executive Director of the non-profit organization, Rhythm for Life from its inception. This organization was a unique coalition of Music Therapists, professional drummers and percussionists, and the music products industry. It promoted Rhythm-Based Music Therapy interventions and community drum circles for the elderly, at-risk youth, individuals in drug and alcohol treatment and prison inmates. Barbara is also author of Music and Soulmaking: Toward a New Theory of Music Therapy, Implications of Technology in Music Therapy Practice, Best Practice in Music Therapy: Utilizing Group Percussion Strategies and Shamanism and Music Therapy: Ancient Healing Techniques in Modern Practice.
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