In Fall 2016, Lindsey Wilhelm will join the music faculty at Colorado State University as an assistant professor of music therapy. In this role, she will teach music therapy coursework and coordinate music therapy clinical practicum.
Lindsey Wilhelm, A, MT-BC, holds degrees in music therapy from Colorado State University (B.M.) and the University of Iowa (M.A.). She is a Fellow in Neurologic Music Therapy (NMT) and currently a doctoral candidate in Music Education with an emphasis in Music Therapy from the University of Iowa. A board-certified music therapist since 2007, Professor Wilhelm has worked with both children and adults in a variety of community, educational, rehabilitative, and medical settings. As a member of the American Music Therapy Association, Professor Wilhelm is the Midwestern Region representative to the Technology Committee and has served on the Iowa Task Force. Her current research areas and interests include music therapy applications for aging adults with hearing loss; students’ self-care practices; and music therapy applications for family caregivers.