Though our organization was officially founded in 2008, we have been serving the community informally for many years.
Each member of our group has been specifically trained in the use of his or her own instrument, which may be harp, flute, Native American flute, guitar, or voice, as a therapeutic tool. Additionally, we are each certified in the therapeutic use of music and have met the education and internship requirements of a national standards board and subscribe to a code of ethics for our profession.
We typically work within established healthcare organizations where we serve as part of a professional team dedicated to addressing the spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of patients.
Please click the links below to read our abbreviated biographies.
|Michael Setz, President||Elizabeth Bogdanovich|
|Linda Maples, Secretary||Marian Caldwell|
|Nancy Hartwig, Treasurer||Laura Caravello|
|Clay Jackson, Legal Counsel||Jeri Day|
|Terri King-Setz, Board Member||Katie Goudie|
|Elizabeth Proett||Nancy Nelle|
|Mary E. Superak|
|Jean Ann Walth|