MMT, RP (Qualifying), MTA
Moshe Fisher-Rozenberg is a graduate of Wilfrid Laurier’s Master of Music Therapy program. He draws from a humanistic, strengths-based music therapy approach—one which encourages personal acceptance, embrace and growth. He has 15+ years of experience as a recording artist and touring musician—primarily as a drummer and synthesist—and has been involved in Polaris Prize nominated and Juno Award winning records. He has also composed music for film, television, theatre, and radio. To date, he has worked clinically with children (complex care needs, autism spectrum disorder), adults (various mental health challenges, cerebral palsy, autism spectrum disorder, grief, palliative), and older adults (dementia, PTSD, palliative).