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Megan Hildebrandt

Instructional Assistant Professor of Music Therapy
School of Music
Julian Hall - JH 61
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Megan Hildebrandt, MM, MT-BC, is an Instructional Assistant Professor of Music Therapy and a Clinical Practicum Supervisor. She received her Master of Music from Illinois State University, while working as a graduate teaching assistant. Megan holds bachelor's degrees in music therapy and music education from Wartburg College, in Waverly, Iowa. A board certified music therapist since 2007, Megan has professional clinical experience in hospice, dementia care, older adults, and with adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. She also has achieved the designation of NICU-MT and has completed specialized training in the use of music therapy in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit from the National Institute for Infant & Child Medical Music Therapy. Megan has previously worked as adjunct faculty in music therapy, at Wartburg College.

Current Courses

371.001Teaching Music to Diverse Learners

419.001Teaching Music to Diverse Learners

121.003Texts & Contexts: Music

MM Music Therapy

Illinois State University
Normal, IL

BME Music Education/Music Therapy

Wartburg College
Waverly, IA