“It is a very interesting field, because you are using the different elements of music for non-musical goals...You might be helping somebody to walk, someone to speak, someone to move their bodies in a certain way or bringing back memories because of an injury.”
In this interview, music therapist Victoria Lowrie talks about her inspiration to become a music therapist and how she works effectively online during the pandemic.
Victoria Lowrie is a music therapist specialized in Autism, Cerebral Palsy, PTSD, TBI, Developmentally Delayed, Parkinson’s and Down’s syndrome. Besides seeing private clients, Victoria offers workshops, programs in senior care facilities, day programs for the disable and consultations throughout California, US. She is also teaching on Kalos.