Podcast Episode 8

Victoria Storm on the transformative nature of Music Therapy in End of Life Care

We tend to take for granted the restorative and motivating power of music in our lives. In this episode, Victoria Storm offers personal and professional experiences to show how music therapy can be transformative in daily life and hospice care.

Storm has a unique background that includes 25+ years of bringing music to persons in need through her work in a community music school, special education classrooms, physical and mental health hospitals, hospice and elder care facilities.  Her Master of Music and Bachelor of Music degrees in Music Therapy are from Western Michigan University.  She is a regular speaker on the topic of music therapy in university classrooms, regional, and national conferences.

Everyone knows that the task of being a Hospice chaplain is harder than any field in professional chaplaincy. Our goal is to train chaplains and prepare them for competent service within the Hospice industry.

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