|Name:||Annie Heiderscheit PhD, MT-BC, FAMI, NMT, MFT|
|Title:||Music Therapist, Adjunct Faculty|
|Office Phone:||(612) 741-1182|
|Educational Background:||Ph.D.: University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN (Major, Music/Music Therapy; August, 2005). |
Area of focus: Higher education in music therapy and research.
Dissertation: The Effects of the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) on Adults in Chemical Dependency Treatment: Sense of Coherence, Immunoglobulin A and Interpersonal Problems
LMFT: Alfred Adler Graduate School, Richfield, MN (August 2006 - present)
Area of focus: licensure in marriage and family therapy and Adlerian psychotherapy.
Coursework, practicum and internship hours completed for eligibility for licensure in the state of Minnesota.
Master's of Science (MS): Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa (May, 1996).
Area of focus: Counseling and Counseling Education.
Additional coursework taken at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Area of focus: Music therapy, Music Psychotherapy, and Music Medicine
Bachelor of Music Education/Music Therapy (BME-MT): Wartburg College, Waverly, Iowa (December, 1990).
Major: Music Therapy and Music Education.
Registered Music Therapist status granted
Board certification (MT-BC) #04536
CERTIFICATIONS AND ADVANCED TRAINING
Certification Board for Music Therapists (MT-BC) (November, 1991).
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA (May, 1999).
Certification in the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music
Fellow with the Association for Music and Imagery (FAMI)
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO (March, 2003).
Certification in Neurological Music Therapy (NMT)
HealthRHYTHMS Training (Empowerment Drumming), Remo, Inc., (October, 2004).
FitRhythms Training, Remo, Inc. Los Angeles, California (October 2006).
American Association of Art Therapy, Chicago, IL (October, 2004).
Drawn Mandala - Level I
|Brief Biography:||Dr. Annie Heiderscheit is a board certified music therapist and has 18 years of clinical experience. She holds a master s degree in counseling from Iowa State University and has a doctorate in music/music therapy from the University of Minnesota. Annie also has advanced training in the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music and in music psychotherapy from Temple University. She is also trained in Neurological Music Therapy through Colorado State University. She is a graduate faculty member in the Center for Spirituality and Healing in the AcademicHealth Center at the University. Dr. Heiderscheit is actively conducting research exploring the use of music to reduce pain and anxiety in patients that are mechanically ventilated and also using music to reduce stress and anxiety during mealtimes for patients with eating disorders. She also maintains a clinical practice at The Emily Program in outpatient and residential programs. Annie also maintains a private practice which currently employs of five music therapists, providing music therapy services to clients of a wide arraythroughout the metro area. Dr. Heiderscheit continues work on a 4 year NIH funded research study exploring the use of music as a non-pharmacological treatment for mechanically ventilated patients in the ICU. She is collaborating with a multidisciplinary team from the University. Annie In 2007, Annie was selected by Remo, Inc. to become an endorsed facilitator of HealthRhythms Empowerment Drumming. In 2009, Dr. Heiderscheit was elected secretary/treasurer of the World Federation of Music Therapy.|
|Research Interests:||Music therapy and music intervention outcome research |
Impact of active music making on health and wellness
Music therapy in eating disorder treatment
Music therapy in chemical dependency treatment
|Teaching Areas:||Music Therapy |
Music in Health and Healing
Music and Imagery
Creative Arts in Healing
|Selected Publications:||Chlan, L. & Heiderscheit, A. (February 2007) A guide for music preference assessment in critically ill patients receiving mechanical ventilatory support: An interdisciplinary approach. Music Therapy Perspectives. (In Process). |
Heiderscheit, A. (2007). Discovery and Recovery through Music. In Brooke, S. (Ed.). Creative Arts Therapies in Eating Disorder Treatment. In Press.
Chlan, L. & Heiderscheit, A. (2009) A tool for music preference assessment
in critically ill patients receiving mechanical ventilatory support: An
interdisciplinary approach. Music Therapy Perspectives, 27(1), 42-47.
Heiderscheit, A. (2008). Discovery and Recovery through Music: An Overview
of Music Therapy in Eating Disorder Treatment. In Brooke, S. (Ed.). The
Creative Arts Therapies and Eating Disorders, (122-141). Springfield, IL.,
Charles C. Thomas Publisher.
Heiderscheit, A. (2009). Music, Songs and Sobriety: An Overview of Music
Therapy in Substance Abuse Treatment. In Brooke, S. (Ed.). The Use of
Creative Arts Therapies with Chemical Dependency Issues, (136-161).
Springfield, IL. Charles C. Thomas Publisher.
Heiderscheit, A. (in press). Music Therapy and Autism: The Key that
Unlocks. In Brooke, S. (Ed.). The Creative Arts Therapies and Autism,
Springfield, IL., Charles C. Thomas Publisher.
Heiderscheit, A. (in press). Music, emotion and mood: Music Therapy and
Depression. In Brooke, S. (Ed.). The Creative Arts Therapies and
Depression, Springfield, IL., Charles C. Thomas Publisher.
|Speaker Topics:||Music therapy, music in health and healing, creative arts in health and healing, music and imagery, music medicine and music therapy related research, empowerment drumming|
|Projects:||Current collaboration with Craig Blacklock on DVD series for the Center of Spirituality and Healing|