Sara Selimi, MT-BC – Vice President

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Sara graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelors in Music Therapy in 2009.  She moved to Phoenix in 2009 and provided in-home music therapy services before joining Higher Octave Healing in 2010. Sara’s advanced training focus is on children with developmental disabilities with sensory integration and behavioral needs. In addition to providing music therapy services, Sara is Higher Octave Healing’s Special Programs Coordinator.

Sara is also a PATH Certified Riding Instructor.  She is currently preparing to pilot a program that incorporates both music therapy and therapeutic riding to address social skill needs for children on the autism spectrum. Sara is an avid horsewoman, knitter, who enjoys being outside and spending time with family.

 

Gabby Giffords Finds Voice Through Music Therapy

By KATIE MOISSE (@katiemoisse) , BOB WOODRUFF (@bobwoodruff) , JAMES HILL (@jameshillABC) and LANA ZAK (@LanaZak)
Nov. 14, 2011

In the 10 months since a bullet to the brain left her in critical condition, Congresswoman Gabby Giffords has relearned how to talk — a feat partly credited to music therapy.

Join Us for Music Therapy Advocacy/CMTE

The AMTA Director of Government Relations Judy Simpson and the Arizona State Music Therapy Task Force will be presenting a 6-hour CMTE before the upcoming WRAMTA conference in Tempe in April. The CMTE starts on Wednesday evening from 6:00-9:00pm where you’ll learn the necessary skills to communicate effectively with your state legislators.

Items Needed For Silent Auction

We will be having a silent auction at the WRAMTA Conference in April.

if you know of a local or national business that would love some great advertising, the WRAMTA Conference is a wonderful opportunity.

Contact Emily Schmid with your items for the silent auction.

Volunteers Needed for WRAMTA Conference

We need volunteers to assist in staffing the registration table during the conference.  The time slots are not very long, only about an hour or two.  We want the table to be manned at all times so this will require several volunteers to accomplish.

Please contact Patty Ahler and let her know your availability.

Thanks for serving!