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Episode 3 - Stephenie Sofield

John is privileged to sit down with the lovely Stephenie Sofield to talk (remotely) a little bit about indoor and a lot about music therapy! She's awesome!

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Stephenie is a Board-Certified Music Therapist at the Atlantic County Women’s Center in Linwood, New Jersey. She graduated from the University of North Texas with a Bachelor's of Music in Music Theory, flute concentration, and is currently completing her Master’s in Music Therapy at Ohio University. She is actively involved in music therapy advocacy and field research. She has presented her work at the 2016 Great-Lakes Regional Conference of the American Music Therapy Association and the 2016 Mid-Atlantic PASSAGES Conference for Music Therapy Students; she will also present at the upcoming 2017 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of the American Music Therapy Association. She was a recipient of the 2016 Jenny Shinn Memorial Award for academic and service excellence in the field of music therapy.  Stephenie also has extensive performance and teaching experience in the community, university, drum corps, and winter guard settings.

Stephenie is a Board-Certified Music Therapist at the Atlantic County Women’s Center in Linwood, New Jersey. She graduated from the University of North Texas with a Bachelor's of Music in Music Theory, flute concentration, and is currently completing her Master’s in Music Therapy at Ohio University. She is actively involved in music therapy advocacy and field research. She has presented her work at the 2016 Great-Lakes Regional Conference of the American Music Therapy Association and the 2016 Mid-Atlantic PASSAGES Conference for Music Therapy Students; she will also present at the upcoming 2017 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of the American Music Therapy Association. She was a recipient of the 2016 Jenny Shinn Memorial Award for academic and service excellence in the field of music therapy.  Stephenie also has extensive performance and teaching experience in the community, university, drum corps, and winter guard settings.