Future Music Therapists of the World Unite to Start Classes

Global interest in the Nordoff-Robbins approach to music therapy is on display as students from the United States, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, the United Kingdom, and Chile gather around a piano as they begin their education at Steinhardt’s Nordoff-Robbins Center for Music Therapy. The Nordoff-Robbins Center is renown for its community service programs in music therapy for children, adolescents and adults, and has an advanced training program that attracts music therapy students and professional music therapists from around the world. In addition, the center is engaged in pioneering research to measure the effectiveness of music therapy treatment for children who have autism spectrum disorder.

From left to right, Mall Kiil, Jill Argue, Hae-Yoon Ju, Robin Mitchell, Hye Yeon Moon, Stacy Wen Chang, Christina Sterrett, Yoomi Park, and Mariana Chamorro.