Music, Mind and Medicine: Creativity and Consciousness in Clinical Care

Roberta Justice

Roberta Justice practices clinical music therapy and is a part time lecturer in the music therapy program at Eastern Michigan University. With experience in inpatient, outpatient and partial hospital programs she has been a clinical supervisor for undergraduate music therapy students, and has been published in the areas of music therapy in psychiatry. An international speaker, she presents regularly on the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music, a form of therapy using music and altered states of consciousness. Currently she is exploring music its effects on the brains of individuals with autism.