A Moment With Music Therapy Clinician, Roia Rafieyan
Roia Rafieyan is a music therapist in her 26th year of service. She uses a relationally-based music psychotherapy approach in her practice and works primarily with adults diagnosed with autism. Roia candidly shares her clinical experiences in her blog “the mindful music therapist”. She provides professional clinical supervision and advocates the use of music making during supervision as part of the learning and growth process. Roia also spent two years as an adjunct professor at Montclair State University, where she taught guitar to music therapy students.
Book mentioned – The Power of Countertransference: Innovations in Analytic Technique by Karen J. Maroda
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