Music Therapy Dept. Chair
Krystal has been a practicing board-certified music therapist since 2013. With a Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy from Berklee College of Music and as a Master of Social Work Candidate from the University of New Hampshire, Krystal approaches music therapy and lessons with a global lens and a person-centered approach that incorporates elements of different therapeutic theories, cultural humility, and nonjudgemental curiosity.
Krystal has experience working with a wide array of people, from ages 9 months to 102 years, and from all walks of life. While Krystal specializes in depression and anxiety, LGBTQAI+ issues, trauma, and community building, they also have extensive experience working with people who are neurodiverse, people with learning disabilities, people with traumatic brain injuries, and people living with Parkinson’s Disease.
– I play 10 unique instruments and seem to add a new one every year.
– I adore reading fantasy and science fiction books
– I am always incorporating diverse people into my Dungeons & Dragons games.