Amy is a board certified Music Therapist and has been practicing music therapy for the past 10 years. In August 2016 she joined the staff at 11th Street Family Health Services. Amy completed her Bachelor’s degree in Music at Mansfield University and a Master’s in Music Therapy at Drexel University. Since childhood, Amy has played various instruments but currently uses guitar, piano, percussion, and voice in her music therapy sessions. She has worked with people of all ages in multiple settings including medical hospitals, schools, private practice, outpatient and inpatient clinics, and in-home care. In 2012, Amy was the primary clinician in a research study titled, “The Impact of Music Therapy Versus Music Medicine on Psychological Outcomes and Pain in Cancer Patients: a Mixed Methods Study”, and presented her work at various conferences locally and nationally. Amy is currently enrolled in a two-year Vocal Psychotherapy Training program. In her free time, she enjoys playing the cello, traveling, and going to concerts.