In this episode, Britany gets vulnerable about her own white privilege. She courageously opens up this conversation for us all to have and continue. Please join us in doing this work by having an open conversation yourself. Feel free to use the anonymous survey at the bottom of the show notes to give feedback and insights of your own.

Brittany Tachkov, MT-BC started the music therapy program at Hospice of the East Bay in Pleasant Hill in May of 2017. She graduated from University of the Pacific in December of 2014, completing her internship with Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care in San Diego. Since then, she has engaged within the music therapy community in various ways in order to complete her first 5 year cycle, including supervising University Affiliated interns, founding and serving as president of the California Association for Music Therapy, and completing her Hospice & Palliative Care certification.

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Day in the Life of a Music Therapist.

Brittany’s Music Therapy Ed. course: Funding & Program Development.

Brittany on The Creative Therapy Umbrella.

13th on Netflix.

Music and Memory.

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