Helping new music therapists grow!
At Roman Music Therapy Services, we have been particularly passionate about doing all we can to grow the talent pool of the next generation of music therapists.
Last year, Alison Albino joined Roman Music Therapy Services as an intern, wowing all of us with her compassion, determination and talent! Watching her confidence grow and her skills expand has been such a rewarding experience!
It’s no wonder that we happily made her a permanent part of our team once she completed her program at Berklee College of Music this past November.
Alison sees a wide spectrum of patients, from folks in hospice care, children and adults with special needs, and older adults with dementia and Alzheimer’s. Outside of work, Alison loves to travel and has been to over 15 different countries! She also has a passion for business and hopes to assist Roman Music Therapy Services grow in the future. We look forward to seeing what she does!
Growth brings new opportunities
Amadee Castenell is a recent graduate of Loyola University in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy. He discovered his calling in high school when he learned of music therapy as a career, which combined his love of music, his interest in psychology and his desire to help people.
While Amadee has experience working with many different populations, his real passion lies in hospice work. Following in the footsteps of family who work in the hospice field, Amadee hopes to someday teach and/or advocate for music therapy in hospice settings nationwide.
Amadee is excited to begin his career in music therapy at Roman Music Therapy Services! Proficient in a number of instruments, Amadee often tries to incorporate the use of woodwinds in his sessions when appropriate, so you may see him with a saxophone or a clarinet.
At Roman Music Therapy Services, we really are a team and we are incredibly excited by the energy and passion both Alison and Amadee bring to our office, our clients and the field of music therapy!