ASU Music Therapists Taking Sessions Online
As the pandemic continues to force us to move more of our lives online, therapists have been working on creating virtual sessions for their patients and clients.
Arizona State University's music therapy program has been doing that, and one music therapist says it’s working pretty well for some of her clients.
Melita Belgrave is an associate professor of music therapy at ASU and the area coordinator for music therapy. The Show spoke with her about how she has tried to go about transitioning from in-person sessions to remote ones.