Posted by drjohnmtbc on September 15, 2011 in Autism, DIR/Floortime, Music Therapy Advocacy, Music-Centered Music Therapy, Relationship in Music Therapy and tagged Developmental Music Health, Dr. John Carpente, Molloy College, music therapy, Rebecca Center for Music Therapy, TBN, Trinity Broadcast Network.
Great job, John! I sure wish I could come back east to visit sometime and see your new facility!!
hey Cindy, Thanks! you’re welcome anytime!…best, John
Wonderful presentation about your work! I am happy that creative arts therapy and Autism is getting more recognition.
thank you, Pamela
Excellent interview! Congratulations!
thank you , Cecilia!
Great presentation! So glad to see the work out there!
Thank you- much appreciated!
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