36. Giving and Receiving Supervision: Fleur Hughes, MMT, MTA, MT-BC, NMT

This is part two of Tricia’s conversation with Fleur. In this episode, Fleur and Tricia discuss the importance of receiving supervision as a Music Therapist, as well as advice for being a supervisor yourself.

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Fleur completed a Master’s in Music Therapy degree at the University of West England in 2015. Since then she has worked with population across the lifespan. Fleur also has experience and knowledge working in a variety of settings including schools, long term care homes and community based organizations. 
She is passionate about research into music therapy and mental health. Fleur is working towards a PHD in Music, focusing on improvisation, well-being and mental health disorders. 
Her therapeutic approach is person-centred and rooted in a humanistic perspective. She facilitates and supports individuals within a music-centred framework and  focuses on the strengths and innate musical abilities  of the people she work with.

Find Fleur online, on Facebook, on Instagram, or email her at musictherapy42@yahoo.com

Culture-Centered Music Therapy

Music Therapy in Context: Music, Meaning and Relationship

Effective Supervision for the Helping Professions: Michael Carroll 

Supervision of Music Therapy: A Theoretical and Practical Handbook by Helen Odelle Miller and Eleanor Richards

Medicine Wheel

The Zones of Regulation

Shake It Off – Taylor Swift

Clair de Lune

A Sea Symphony – Ralph Vaughan Williams

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