To help their clients, music therapists have to use more than the tools at their disposal. They have to create an environment in which children and adults with developmental and emotional disorders and learning disabilities, and survivors of severe trauma and rape, can trust them and allow someone to help. CSUN’s Music Therapy Wellness Clinic has been one of the top training centers in the country for the past 28 years, with students using their skills all over the world. KCBS in Los Angeles recently featured a story on a clinic started by the school’s current director and co-founder, Ron Borczon. There, he and his staff help clients find their voice … or at least their melody.
For more: CSUN’s Music Therapy Wellness Clinic [CSUN Media Releases]