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Music Therapy and Adaptive Lessons Instructors

Updated: Oct 11

Morgan Dangin, MT-BC

Music Therapy and Adaptive Lessons

Morgan has 10 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in medical, school, and private practice settings. She is a classically trained pianist, a multi-instrumentalist, and vocalist. Morgan holds a B.A. in Music from Eastern University - Morgan is currently completing an M.A. in Music Therapy through Immaculata University. Morgan has served as an Accompanist, a special events instrumentalist and vocalist, and she has taught private lessons in Strings, Piano, and Voice for over 8 years. Since 2018, Morgan has worked with adolescents and adults as a Music Therapist. She has experience working in group and private session settings with individuals diagnosed with ASD, ID, DD, Down Syndrome, and emotional, behavioral, medical and psychological Morgan strives to help each client gain a higher quality of life and meet their personal, developmental, and musical goals.

Sarah Alfred-Levow, MT-BC

Music Therapy and Adaptive Lessons

Sarah holds a Bachelor’s degree in music therapy from Temple University’s Boyer College of Music and Dance, with a concentration in piano. She has 2 years of experience working with children and adults in educational, rehabilitative, and private practice settings. Sarah also has over 2 years of teaching experience providing private piano instruction to students ages 5-18. She has served as an accompanist for several musical productions and as a music director for camp programs in the Philadelphia and New York area. Sarah completed her 1000 clinical hours of internship by designing and facilitating individual and group sessions for children diagnosed with ADHD, ASD, and emotional-behavioral conditions. Through a holistic framework of therapy, she supports clients in optimizing their emotional, psychological, social, physical, and spiritual health through music-based interventions.

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