Amanda Zorzi, MT-BC, NMT

Board Certified Music Therapist, Neurologic Music Therapist

    Amanda Zorzi, MT-BC, NMT, is a Board-Certified Music Therapist who received her music therapy degree from Temple University in 2016. Amanda studied as a practicum student at the CNNH, and then at an emergency inpatient psychiatric unit at Capital Health in Trenton, NJ. In the spring of 2016, Amanda completed her music therapy internship at New Lisbon Developmental Center in Woodland, NJ where she gained valuable clinical experience with the adult neurodevelopmental population.

    Amanda is a neurologic music therapist (NMT), meaning that she has been trained in research-based treatment techniques for sensorimotor training, speech and language training, and cognitive training. She has received additional education on clinical music improvisation and music in early childhood development. Amanda pulls from various methods to design treatment plans that are as unique as each of her patients. She practices from an improvisational, client-centered approach that allows for clients with all different abilities to freely express themselves in sessions.

    Amanda was drawn to the field by her own personal experiences with music’s innately therapeutic qualities. Amanda is a passionate clinician, and she is delighted to be a member of the CNNH team.