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WHAT AN EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC THERAPIST SHOULD KNOW ABOUT LATEST TRENDS AND POLICIES

2015 Clinical Practice Committee: Network Session Early Childhood Music Therapy Meeting Report From 11-13-2015 Dana Bolton, MEd, MMT, MT-BC co-owns Bolton Music Therapy in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and has worked in the early intervention field for 12 years. Dana joined the imagine editorial team in 2014. Contact: dana@boltonmusictherapy.com 1. Welcome The Early Childhood Network (ECN) co-chairs, Dr. Petra Kern and Angela Snell, called the meeting to order. Fourteen students and professionals representing nine states (SC, IL, TN, NY, KS, MI, CA, OH, MN) and one foreign country (Switzerland) attended the meeting.

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2. Early Childhood Network Information

Update on imagine Dr. Kern, the editor-in-chief acknowledged the work of the imagine editorial team and thanked the present authors for their contributions. 2015 marked the 5th anniversary of imagine. Over the past five years, imagine has published 340 articles, 84 audio clips, and 108 video clips from authors residing in 37 countries. Celebrations of the 5th anniversary included a) an imagine team video, b) a new Facebook fan page, c) an online event, d) a happy hour for authors at the conferences, and e) print versions of imagine. Full-color paperback books of the past five imagine issues are now available to purchase online (https://www.lulu.com/shop/search.ep? contributorId=1371176). These will be a great resources for university libraries to have on hand. A five-bundle copy was presented to Marcia Humpal in honor of her service to early childhood music therapy. The 2015 issue of imagine has been disseminated to 1.6 million potential readers.

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imagine 2016  

In this issue, over 70 authors from 12 countries share their dedication and passion for early childhood music therapy with imagine readers....

imagine 2016  

In this issue, over 70 authors from 12 countries share their dedication and passion for early childhood music therapy with imagine readers....