Nick Farr is a board-certified music therapist, Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapist, and New York State licensed creative arts therapist. He received his Master of Science Degree in Music Therapy from Molloy University, and both his Bachelor of Science Degree in Music Therapy and Bachelor of Music Degree in Guitar Performance from Utah State University. He completed his Nordoff-Robbins Level 2 certification, a post-master's certificate specializing in clinical improvisation, under the supervision of Dr. Alan Turry at New York University. Right now, Nick serves as the Owner and Director of The Music Academy for Special Learners, a private practice in New York, and as an Adjunct Professor at Hofstra University and Molloy University. At The Music Academy, Nick co-runs the clinic alongside Program Coordinator Alex Timoshenko, oversees the clinic’s daily operations and staff, develops and expands creative arts therapy programs, and works clinically as a music therapist. He also clinically supervises The Music Academy’s music and art therapy clinical team, as well as undergraduate and graduate music therapy students. At Hofstra University, Nick teaches a course about the therapeutic application of music to art therapy graduate students. At Molloy University, he developed and teaches a course about the use of telehealth in music therapy to music therapy undergraduate students, and he is currently researching music-centered music therapy through telehealth services. He will begin his PhD in Music Education with an Emphasis in Music Therapy at New York University in the fall of 2024, where he will continue this research as a Research Fellow. Throughout his ten years of clinical experience, Nick has a diverse background in theoretical approaches and has presented at various professional conferences.

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