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Yuki Mitsodume
Yukiko Mitsudome

Assistant Professor, Music Therapy (Teaching/Instructional)


Music Therapy



    • Ph.D.: Music Therapy, Temple University
      M.M.T: Music Therapy, Temple University
      B.M.: Music Therapy, Mansfield University

      Yuki Mitsudome is a Board-Certified music therapist (MT-BC), and a Certified Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapist with over 10 years of experience as a clinician. She has worked as a music therapist with extensive experience with both children and older adults in a wide variety of clinic and school settings. Clinical specialities include work with children with developmentally-delayed and elderly people with dementia. She had served on the music therapy faculty at Senzoku Gakuen College of Music in Japan. She is currently Assistant Director of the interdisciplinary Arts and Quality of Life Research Center at Temple University . Her current research interests include development of music therapy assessment for elderly people with dementia, music therapy curriculum for Japanese music therapy students, Nordoff-Robbins music therapy for elderly people with dementia, and meta-analysis on music and quality of life in Americans.