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Music Therapy faculty, students and alumni present at 2018 CAMT conference

Concordia’s Music Therapy community was extremely well represented at the 44th Canadian Association of Music Therapists (CAMT) conference on May 24-26 in St. John’s, NL. The conference theme this year was: Keeping Us Anchored – Music Therapy, Connection and Culture. Concordia Music Therapy students and alumni who exhibited research posters or presented their work at the conference include: Daniel Bevan-Baker, Sheila Killoran, Méliane Laurier-Cromp, Shalini Persaud, Kimiko Suzuki, Ingrid Wissink as well as incoming Graduate Diploma student Rachel Norris.

Concordia Music Therapy faculty Sandi Curtis, Guylaine Vaillancourt and Laurel Young presented their work at the conference.

Learn more about the conference speakers and workshops.

Learn more about the Canadian Association of Music Therapists.


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