The music therapy program at the Purdue University Fort Wayne School of Music offers Bachelor of Science and Master of Music Therapy degree programs through which students receive clinical training in a variety of community settings, and in which they have multiple opportunities to engage in community projects and collaborate with faculty in community-based music therapy research. PFW music therapy graduates can be found throughout northeast Indiana and across the country providing effective and innovative music therapy services to people with a wide range of health and well-being needs.
UnSung – an original text and music collaboration that celebrates the voices and journeys of women in recovery from Substance Use Disorders through the use of spoken-word and therapeutic music. Audiences will access this recorded work via QR codes displayed on signage throughout the Fort Wayne community. The purpose of this project is to offer an opportunity for acceptance of women who are mothers, daughters, sisters, colleagues and friends who also experience Substance Use Disorders, to offer hope to the struggling and to reduce the impact of stigma on women seeking treatment.
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