Stephanie Nicole Goodman (she/her/hers) is from Durham, North Carolina. She has recently completed her coursework at East Carolina University, with a major in Music Therapy and a minor in Hispanic Studies. She was introduced to the field of music therapy through a college outreach program, in which music therapy was discussed as a field of study. From then, she contacted music therapists in her area, and after observing a session led by an MT-BC, she then began pursuing a career in music therapy.
Stephanie’s clinical experiences include rehabilitation centers, assisted living, and telehealth home care. She has worked with young children, teenagers, young adults, and older adults, with a wide variety of need areas. At ECU, she worked as a research assistant on behalf of the Music Therapy program and Dr. Adrienne Steiner, on research investigating the use of music therapy and psychoeducation on the perceived well-being of informal caregivers.
Stephanie takes a client-centered approach to music therapy and is looking forward to working with Music to Grow On in order to learn more while best serving her clients.