I had a wonderful experience presenting a 6-hour continuing education workshop sponsored by Eastern Michigan University yesterday. Over 50 participants included EMU music therapy students, professional music therapists from Michigan and other places in the US, and music therapy faculty members. Great discussions and sharing. Thanks to everyone who made the day so rewarding.
I will be speaking about my book at three universities this week: University of Missouri/Kansas City, Pacific University in Oregon, and Baldwin Wallace University in Ohio. Looking forward to sharing with all three groups.
Also today, a Voices of Music Therapy podcast has been released on spotify:
I was very happy to provide two presentations to Radford University students and faculty two weeks ago. This week, I will be presenting a Faculty Seminar to students and faculty at George Washington University in Washington, DC. Stay tuned for additional presentations, coming up.
Ted Ficken is a writer, speaker, and college professor. He holds a Ph.D. in Public Health from Oregon State University, and bachelor's and master's degrees in music therapy from the University of Kansas. Additional credentials include being a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ; retired) and a Music Therapist - Board Certified (MT-BC). He has taught online for George Washington University's (GWU) Masters of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program in Washington, DC.