Beth Janzen is an accredited music therapist (MTA) in Canada. She has a Bachelors of Music Therapy from Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg, MB, and a Masters of Arts in Creative Arts Therapies (Music Therapy) from Concordia University in Montreal, QC. Beth also has training in Neurologic Music Therapy, Guided Imagery in Music (GIM), and Music Together. In 2018, her article Music Therapists’ Perspectives on Working with Educational Assistants in School Settings was published in the Canadian Journal of Music Therapy.
Beth works with individuals of all ages and abilities, but specializes in working with infants and toddlers, and school aged children with diverse abilities. She currently provides music therapy services to schools, day programs, and individuals living in the community, and contributes to childhood development programs including the Arts4Tots program at SAC!
Beth lives with her husband, two children, and Yorkie in Steinbach, Manitoba. She enjoys playing a variety of instruments including the piano, guitar, saxophone, and flute. During the school year she performs in the Community Concert Band at Canadian Mennonite University.
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