Posts Tagged ‘neurologic music therapy’

New Study Finds Educators Taking Wrong Approach to Teaching Autistic Children

Repetitive Training

With the many advances in research, training, and social services available, 2015 may be remembered as the “Year of the Disabled.” From the passage of the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act in December of 2014 to new, innovative programs like TAP – The Autism Program of Illinois and IU’s Indiana Resource Center for Autism,…

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Karyn (Casey) DePriest, Certified Neurologic Music Therapist / FC Trainer

Email: Location: Evansville, IN area Phone: 812-491-9400 (Integrative Music Therapy) 812-491-9401 (Optimal Rhythms / ACCESS Academy)   Originally from Columbus, Indiana, Karen (Casey) DePriest is a 1994 graduate of the University of Evansville. Casey began her career working in physical rehabilitation, then child/adolescent psychiatric treatment.   Casey is the owner and senior therapist of…

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Eric Lund, Certified Neurologic Music Therapist

Eric Lund is a graduate of the University of Evansville. He completed his internship in his home state of Minnesota but returned to the Evansville area with his new bride, Kristen. Eric is a talented guitarist who also performs and teaches locally. Eric joined Integrative Music Therapy, LLC in August, 2008. In October 2011, Eric…

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Neurologic Music Therapy Services of Arizona (NMTSA)

Neurologic Music Therapy Services of Arizona (NMTSA) is committed to changing the lives of individuals with disabilities through innovative and dynamic programs, education, and collaborations. Neurologic Music Therapy (NMT) is an advanced form of music therapy that uses research-based techniques to treat the brain using music and rhythm. NMT uses these techniques to achieve non-musical…

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