Music Therapy

  • MUSIC THERAPY

    Susan Rancer, Music Therapist

    The difference between a music teacher and a music therapist – a music teacher requires her students to work at her level, a music therapist works at the level of her students.  I have 50 students and they all work at different levels.  I work with many children with autism.  Once I’m able to get through the fog of behaviors, I often find that some of these children are very talented.

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