Jennifer Sokira (B.S. Music Therapy, 2001), MMT, LCAT, MTBC has been a Board Certified Music Therapist since 2002, and her primary clinical foci are working with children with special needs and with adults in hospice/palliative care. She has authored two chapters and a published research study and has presented locally, regionally, and nationally on topics including Rett Syndrome, Children with Physical Disabilities, and on various topics in music therapy business including practice building, marketing, and ethics. She is a NY Licensed Creative Arts Therapist. Jennifer has served the profession of music therapy in a variety of capacities, currently as President-Elect of the New England Region and nationally on the AMTA Ethics Board. She was the recipient of the NER Presidential Achievement Award in 2011.
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