DreamCatchers: Music Therapy Meets Musical Theatre in a Show for Everyone

Dena Register, Phd., MT-BC
Katie Martin, MT-BC, NMT
Nicoletta Ciampa, Graduate Student

Dena Register is Director and Associate Professor of Music Therapy at West Virginia University. Since 1995, Register has worked as a clinician and consultant, serving individuals of all ages with a variety of special needs and working collaboratively with other professionals to integrate music and arts into their practice.

Katie Martin is a board-certified music therapist at the Center for Excellence in Disabilities at West Virginia University. She is experienced with a wide variety of developmental and medical populations in pediatrics and graduated from the nationally ranked program at the University of Kansas.

Nicoletta Ciampa is a second-year graduate student and Diversity & Disability Fellow at West Virginia University. She is currently studying to achieve her M.A. in Elementary Education with Certification, and is completing the required coursework for eligibility to sit for the music therapy board certification examination

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