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Amanda Goff

Teaching Artist Statement
I consider myself a lucky person in that I get to do what I love every day in using music to make a significant impact on individuals' lives. I love being a therapist and teacher and enjoy working as a member of South Shore Conservatory's Creative Arts Therapies team. Working with my clients every day brings me such joy and to watch them grow through the use of music is a wonderful thing. I hope to continue to work with a variety of clients and to encourage them to express themselves and to learn about themselves through their love of music.

Teaching Bio
Amanda Goff, MT-BC has a degree in Clinical Music Therapy from Arizona State University and completed her internship at Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care in Newton, MA. At Seasons, Amanda worked with patients and their families by offering quality of life and hospice care through the implementation of music and music therapy interventions. Amanda, a board-certified Music Therapist, has worked with many populations and has enjoyed each new experience as it comes her way. She also works for Roman Music Therapy Services, which is a private practice of music therapists located in Melrose, MA. Amanda is a national and regional member of the American Music Therapy Association. She became a member of SSC's Creative Arts Therapies team in February 2014.

Performance Bio
Amanda Goff, MT-BC has a degree in Music Therapy from Arizona State University and completed her undergraduate degree in Vocal Performance (2010) from Bridgewater State University (BSU). During her time at Bridgewater, she studied voice with Taras Leschishin, and performed in both the BSU Chorale and Chamber Singer Ensembles (2008-2010). Amanda currently performs in an alumni acapella group, the Briarwood Singers (2010-present). Amanda joined the Creative Arts Therapies faculty at South Shore Conservatory February 2014.