Susan Gardstrom, Ph.D., MT-BC
Sustainability has become a common point of conversation and concern in today’s society. The purpose of this project was to explore salient issues, attitudes and practices in music therapy sustainability. Information was gathered through an in-depth review of the materials used in the make and manufacturing of commonly used instruments in music therapy practice. In addition, a survey was sent to music therapy professionals with the MT-BC (Music Therapist – Board Certified) credentials to ascertain current knowledge of and attitudes toward sustainability within the profession.
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Whitehouse, Sarah, "Music Therapists’ Knowledge of and Attitudes Towards Sustainability: Instruments" (2019). Honors Theses. 242.