Dr. Sandi Curtis is an internationally-trained music therapist with more than 30 years’ experience in clinical practice, education, and research. She specializes in working with women and children survivors of male violence, and her research and practice is focused both on helping survivors recover and on bringing about social change to eliminate the violence. While teaching at universities full-time, Dr. Curtis worked in part-time private practice in music therapy with women, teens and children at shelters, rape crisis centers and victim’s’ services centers across Canada and the U.S. She has organized a number of Candlelight Vigils and Take Back the Night events in Georgia, Ontario, and Quebec. She also received the 2006 Social Justice Person Award from the City of Windsor, Ontario, in recognition of “tireless efforts to end violence against women.”
Learn more about Dr. Curtis at SandiCurtis.com.