Developing Romania's Music Therapy practice

Posted in Projects on 18th May 2016

Enormous thank you to Helen Odell-Miller and colleagues at Anglia Ruskin University for welcoming the leader of Romania's first Masters in Music Therapy, Stela Dragulin (pictured), to their music therapy department as part of an Erasmus exchange.

And to Sarah Hadley (pictured far left), Judith Nockolds and colleagues in Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust's Music Therapy Service who offered an amazing opportunity yesterday for Mrs. Dragulin and her colleague, Doru Ursutiu, to have firsthand experience of what a large and effective music therapy service looks like.

We hoped that introducing them would afford opportunities like this, but have been bowled over by the ways in which both organisations have been eager to invest in the development of music therapy in Romania.

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