- Instructor , Music, Theatre and Dance Department
- College of Arts and Sciences
Meg Johnson, instructor of music therapy, teaches music therapy courses, general education courses, and serves as academic advisor for freshman music therapy majors. In addition, she serves as the Music Therapy Clinical Coordinator and is responsible for clinical placements for music therapy majors at off-campus sites and in the on-campus music therapy clinic, which she also manages. She is a Board-Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC) and has advanced training in Neurologic Music Therapy. Her clinical experience includes work in nursing homes, in-patient psychiatric facilities, and most extensively in the Queens music therapy clinic serving children and young adults with a range of diagnoses including Angelman Syndrome, Smith Magenis Syndrome, Down Syndrome, TBI, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and other developmental issues and delays.
- BM - Music Therapy and Psychology; Queens University of Charlotte
- MM - Music Therapy; Colorado State University