|The power of music as therapy
is to reach into the emotional experience and inner being of the person,
to engage the whole personality and
potential of the individual, changing his or her awareness, initiative and
capacity for learning and development.
Professor Peggy Farlow, MAE, MT-BC, is a continuing lecturer in music therapy
Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW). In addition to her
work training new music therapists at IPFW, she provides music therapy services
to a few clients in the Fort Wayne,
Peggy is not currently accepting new clients.
She is certified to provide music
therapy services under Indiana's developmental disability and support services
Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers. To inquire about services,
contact Peggy through the link below.
Peggy Presents at the Kennedy Center, Washington, DC:
Peggy presented "Using Collaboration and Music Therapy Techniques to Teach Music and
Communication Skills in Children with Disabilities" August 8, 2013, at the "Interesections:
Arts and Special Education" conference, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts,
Washington, DC. See her