Seeking an Engaging Presentation or Workshop?
If you are a community organization wanting to offer your members with a memorable presentation or workshop experience, look no further! Providing customized presentations and workshops about music, mindfulness, creativity, quality of life issues, and health is something that I especially enjoy doing. The more people who come to recognize the benefit of music and music-making, the better!
Presentations and workshops are largely experiential, as we better learn and retain new information when we are fully engaged with the content. By utilizing multiple senses in the presentations and workshops I lead, attendees are able in to integrate the new knowledge with their previous understanding(s).
Topics of Past Presentations and Workshops
Topics I have presented on include:
National and International Presentations and Workshops
As a presenter and workshop facilitator, I have presented both nationally and internationally. Below you can see where I have presented and led workshops for music therapists and other healthcare professionals.
2013: American Music Therapy Association Midwestern and Southwestern Regional Music Therapy Conference- San Antonio, Texas
2013: Colorado Association for Music Therapy State Conference- Denver and Fort Collins, Colorado
2014: American Music Therapy Association National Conference- Louisville, Kentucky
2014: The Online Conference for Music Therapy
2014: The World Congress of Music Therapy- Krems, Austria
2015: Canadian Association for Music Therapy National Conference- Calgary, Alberta, Canada
2015: Psychosomatic Expressive Arts Therapy Team Retreat at Simssee Klinik- Bad Endorf, Germany
2015: Feeding the Soul, a Transpersonal Festival sponsored by Eurotas and The Association for Transpersonal Psychology- Centro d’Omprio, Pettenasco, Italy
Contact me if you are interested in having me present or facilitate a workshop for your organization. Presentations are given in English. All workshops are tailored to the organization and can range in length from 1 hour to a full-day.