RebeccaAustismFlyerThe Rebecca Center for Music Therapy is moving into its 2nd year of the TIME-A Autism and Music Therapy Research Study. NOW RECRUITING FOR SEPTEMBER 2013!

Do You Know a Child with Autism?
The Rebecca Center for Music Therapy at Molloy College is recruiting children with
autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to participate in a research study investigating
developmental trajectories and intervention. The main focus of the study is to discover
whether music therapy is an effective early intervention for children with ASD.
This study is the first well-controlled effectiveness study and largest randomized
controlled trial on clinical interventions for autism to date. It is funded by the Research
Council of Norway and builds upon a collaboration of seven countries worldwide.
This study will include no-cost sessions and comprehensive diagnostic and cognitive

Who is Eligible?
• Children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder
• Between the ages of 4 and 7 years old
• Limited or no music therapy experience

The study is being conducted at The Rebecca Center for Music Therapy at Molloy College.
If you have any questions or if you would like to consider your child to participate in the study
please contact Laura DeGennaro or Dr. John
Carpente, USA Research Site Manager at

Click here for a downloadabe PDF of research details


Stay tuned for updates on future research, publication updates, and upcoming presentations at Weill Cornell Ctr for Autism, ICDL/DIR International Conference, Rebecca Ctr for Music Therapy 1-day Sym, and AMTA!

Thanks so much for reading!



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John A. Carpente, PhD, MT-BC, LCAT, NRMT, Assistant Professor in Music and Music Therapy at Molloy College, is the Founder and Executive Dir

2 responses »

  1. MB says:

    Thr families that I work with live in Suffolk County. Would you provide more information before I share this with them?
    Thank you, MB

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