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Shoshana performing at a nursing home
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ABOUT US

SHOSHANA AVERBACH, LMSW, MA, MT-BC, LCAT, CDP,Accredited Healer, CCM

Shoshana earned her Master of Social Work degree from Yeshiva University's Wurzweiler School of Social Work and a Master of Arts degree in music therapy from New York University. She holds licenses as a social worker and creative arts therapist. Additionally, she earned her accreditation as a healer through the Jewish Association of Spiritual Healers. She is also a Certified Dementia Practitioner and a certified case manager.  Her multicultural professional background includes over 30 years of primarily geriatric experience as a recreation and music therapist, social worker, and music-therapy consultant and performer in over 90 geriatric facilities. Shoshana has also worked as a college instructor and as a high-school teacher. She has studied a number of healing modalities.  Shoshana's healing work and approach to healing were featured in the Jewish Week newspaper and Blogtalk Radio and other programs. Her presentations were well received at several professional conferences and she authored articles in various publications. She produced two CDs of her original healing music and songs: The Time Is Coming (2011) and I Reclaim My Heart (2015). To ensure integrity, she works closely with rabbis and mentors and spends time in meditation, prayer, and her own healing.

Shoshana singing at an event
Shoshana singing at an event