Roberta Justice, MM, FAMI, MT-BC has over forty years of clinical experience in inpatient, outpatient and partial hospital mental health programs, nursing facilities, community programs and special education settings. Since 1999, Professor Justice has taught in the music therapy program at Eastern Michigan University as a part-time lecturer faculty.
- Master's of Music in Therapy, Western Michigan University, 1998
- Fellow of the Association for Music and Imagery, 1998
- BM, Music Therapy, Michigan State University, 1974
- BA, Music, State University of New York College at Buffalo, 1972
Interests and Expertise
- Expertise and training in a variety of music, art and dance therapy techniques
- A strong history of providing in-service training and leading personal growth workshops for other professionals, including the use of the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music
- 40 years as successful clinical training supervisor in music therapy on both undergraduate and graduate levels
- 10 years on the editorial board for Music Therapy Perspectives, a professional music therapy journal
- Serves as the newsletter editor for the Association of Music and imagery, and is the clinical training chair for Michigan Music Therapists
Publications and Presentations
She has given numerous presentations on the use of music and music therapy in a variety of areas, has articles published in several national and international journals, and chapters in several books.