Shanna DeJoseph is a Board-Certified and Licensed Music Therapist joining us from Richmond, Virginia and has been with The George Center since 2016. She has her advanced certificate in Neurologic Music Therapy, Music-Assisted Childbirth Training, and is the Education and Clinical Training Director at The George Center. She directs our University-Affiliated Music Therapy Internship program and coordinates volunteers for GCMT. She is a graduate of Ohio University in Athens, Ohio where she minored in clarinet performance. Shanna has enjoyed playing her clarinet around the world and still loves to play whenever she can. She has a strong background in the clinical mental health setting, and specializes in music therapy as a treatment for mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety, and substance abuse. Shanna loves working with all populations!
In her spare time Shanna enjoys hiking, running, swimming, and writing. Early in the morning, you can usually find her running around Roswell or reading in the park. On Saturdays in the fall, you will find her among fellow Ohio State fans cheering on the Buckeyes.
Check out some of Shanna's work on the blog!