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Molly RastinFourth-year music therapy student Molly Rastin is one of three presenters during Spring Song, Thursday in McPherson Lounge.

Practicum experiences subject of music therapy presentations

Members of the final class of graduates of the Windsor music therapy program will discuss their experiences working during placements at hospitals, schools and seniors’ facilities, Thursday at 6 p.m. in Alumni Hall’s McPherson Lounge.

Spring Song will feature three presentations:

  • Molly Rastin, “Let it Be: The Importance of Flexibility in Music Therapy” on her clinical placement with Hôtel‐Dieu Grace Healthcare’s Toldo Neurobehavioural Institute;
  • Aislynne Johnson, “Creating a Bond Through Music” on her practicum experience working at the Windsor Regional Hospital in both the oncology and paediatric units; and
  • Amber MacLeod, “Common Ground” on her placement at Hotel-Dieu Grace Hospital in the mental health unit.

The event is free and open to the public. Find more information, including presenter bios and summaries of each presentation, on the Spring Song website.