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Acknowledgment The author would like to thank Dr. Deanna HansonAbromeit for her guidance and mentorship with this project. This project was completed in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a doctoral degree. About the Author Kimberly Sena Moore, a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, joined the music therapy faculty at the University of Miami in Fall 2014. Outside of academia, Ms. Sena Moore serves as CBMT’s Regulatory Affairs Associate, co-hosts the Music Therapy Round Table podcast, and writes the blogs "Your Musical Self" for Psychology Today and Music Therapy Maven. Contact: kimberly@neurosong.com

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The focus of imagine 2014 is on family-centered practice – a trend taking hold in music therapy circles worldwide. While many practitioners...

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The focus of imagine 2014 is on family-centered practice – a trend taking hold in music therapy circles worldwide. While many practitioners...