Claire Morison is a licensed professional and board-certified music therapist who joined the George Center this past year upon completing her music therapy internship. She has completed the degree requirements for a Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy from Belmont University, where she plans to graduate in May of 2018.
During her internship and academic practica, Claire has worked with a number of populations, including children and young adults on the autism spectrum, individuals with developmental disabilities, patients and families in hospice care, individuals with Alzheimer’s and dementia, and adolescents with behavioral and emotional disorders. She is a member of the American Music Therapy Association, and received certification in Neurologic Music Therapy in 2017.
Claire has a background in both classical voice and violin, and is additionally proficient on guitar and piano. She also has experience performing and teaching Celtic fiddle. As an instructor, she has enjoyed teaching voice and violin, as well as conducting the Nashville Freedom Choir, a community choir for newcomer youth in the metro-Nashville Area.
In her free time, Claire enjoys biking, hiking, reading, and making even more music!