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Maryann Burrows

Canada  British Columbia 
Credential:MTA, BMT, FAMI
Training Level:Fellow
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Phone:  250 885 7844
Location:  Victoria BC V9B 5X4
Maryann Burrows graduated from Capilano University in North Vancouver, B.C. with a degree in Music Therapy in 2005, and is certified through the Canadian Association for Music Therapists (CAMT #0446). Maryann is a Fellow of the Association for Music & Imagery, and a certified Bonny Method Guided Imagery & Music Practitioner. Maryann is currently the Music Therapist at Victoria Hospice, Ayre Manor Care Home and providing Music Therapy services to clients in the community. In her nineteen years of clinical work, she has created and implemented Music Therapy programming for many Island Health and Affiliate Hospitals and Long Term Care facilities. Maryann has facilitated a number of Suzuki Tone Chime choirs, intergenerational programs, support groups, supervision of many volunteers and students, and worked closely within interdisciplinary teams in the health care setting. In addition to her work with clients, Maryann serves as Vancouver Island’s Regional Representative for the Music Therapy Association of British Columbia, and was Vice/Co-President from 2015-2017; is a member of the Canadian Association for Music Therapists and the Association for Music & Imagery. She has given a variety of workshops and education sessions on the subject of Music Therapy, most recently presenting on the topic of Healing & Wellness in the Arts for the Cowichan Valley Arts Council. Maryann lives in the Greater Victoria area with her husband of thirteen years. She is an animal lover, nature advocate and musician.


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