In this episode, Antoinette tells about the bottom up approach and the importance of asking “why?” She also shares her advice for both MT students and professors.

Antoinette Morrison MT-BC is the owner of Back Mountain Music Therapy in Dallas, Pennsylvania.  Trained in Creative Music Therapy, Antoinette specializes in working with children on the autism spectrum, those with developmental and speech delays, and
children and adults with emotional and behavioral difficulties, and traumatic history or brain injury.  In addition, she has some experience with adults with neurological difficulties also. Antoinette received her education from Mansfield University in 1989 and interned at the Newark Developmental Disability Service Office (DDSO) in Newark, New York.  Antoinette and her husband have three grown children of their own.  She has
worked in various school settings over her career with children of varying populations and additionally is the music therapy clinic supervisor at Marywood University. Antoinette is a Board Certified Music Therapist and a member of the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA).  Antoinette can be contacted through her
website: or Back Mountain Music Therapy on Facebook. She can also be reached through her e-mail: or by phone:  (570) 574-1707.

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