Music in Medicine: Exploring the Art and Science
Join us for a conversation with Licensed Music Psychotherapists Marissa Emple and Missy Hall as they discuss the benefits and science supporting the clinical application of music in oncology and vulnerable populations.
Marissa Emple, MA, LCAT, MT-BC is a Licensed and Board-Certified Music Psychotherapist within the Rehabilitation Medicine Department at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center. She provides clinical music therapy and psychotherapy services to adult patients across all in-patient units. She received the Master of Arts in Music Therapy from New York University and completed post-graduate clinical training in neurology, hospice/palliative care, and trauma.
Missy Hall, MA, LCAT, MT-BC is a Licensed and Board-Certified Music Psychotherapist at New York-Presbyterian Family PEACE Trauma Treatment Clinic where she provides mental health services to children ages birth to five years of age (0-5), and their primary caregivers, who have been exposed to various forms of trauma including violence and abuse. She received the Master of Arts in Music Therapy from New York University.
A pre-recorded sound bath meditation created with a wide range of instruments including Himalayan singing bowls, ocean drum, shruti box, chimes, and overtone singing will be available on SIO’s You Tube Channel immediately following the live roundtable discussion. It is performed by Missy Hall.
Summer Wellness Wednesdays series is created, developed and produced by Leigh Leibel, MSc, C-IAYT, ACSM-CET, New York-Presbyterian / Columbia University Irving Medical Center and co-chair of SIO's Yoga SIG.