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The ukulele is a wonderful instrument for music therapists due to it’s low price tag, portability and most importantly, it’s easy to learn. Moreover, the uke has an ability to convey a happy light-heartedness and lift spirits.

This course offers an introduction to the ukulele for the music therapist who is already proficient on the guitar. Participants will learn the fundamentals of use, 13 different chords, 3 standard chord progressions, and 17 songs from a variety of genres. Resources will be discussed along with intervention ideas.

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This course is approved by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) for 3 CMTEs.

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About the Instructor

Mimi SinClair, instructor

Mimi Sinclair, MM, MT-BC

Mimi Sinclair, MM, MT-BC, is owner and director of Music Therapy Services, LLC, in Cincinnati, OH. She received her Masters in Violin Performance at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and performed with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra for 10 years before becoming a music therapist. She completed the equivalency program at the College of Mount Saint Joseph and interned at the Cleveland Music School Settlement, after which she returned to Cincinnati to begin her private practice. A committed lifelong learner, Mimi is now working on a Masters in Special Education at
Xavier University, expected completion in August 2015.

Having taught previously at the College of Mount Saint Joseph and Ohio University, Mimi now teaches Music Education for Students with Special Needs at the University of Dayton. She is also a clinical trainer in affiliation with University of Dayton, helping to train the next generation of music therapists.

Mimi has been active in the Association of Ohio Music Therapists for many years, holding positions from Area Representative to President. She was awarded the Ohio Association for Music Therapists Past Presidents Club Award in 2010 in recognition of significant contributions to the profession of music therapy.

She also served as Secretary of the Great Lakes Region of the American Music Therapy Association. Mimi is a frequent presenter at state, regional and national conferences of the American Music Therapy Association as well other organizations such as the Autism Society, American Montessori Society, Williams Syndrome Association, and Ohio Music Educators Association.

Kind Words

“I will definitely incorporate more ukulele and improvisation as I play new songs and accompany my clients.
The online format allowed me to stop and start the video whenever I needed to practice and get something right before moving on.
It was a nice easy pace and provided me with materials and skills for me to better play my ukulele.”

Alexandra McNay, MT-BC

“I will be utilizing improvisation more with the ukulele, as well as using in place of my guitar. I think it will also be encouraging for my clients to find success through the ukulele as well. I also anticipate more songwriting tailored to the ukulele. The material was presented very well! Thank you for offering this course!”

Lucy Schipper, MT-BC

“I’ll definitely use ukulele more than I used to do in my classes, not only for the hello and goodbye song, but also to try, as much as possible, to generate improvised dialogue with the patients /clients. The variety of songs and the clarity with which Mimi Sinclair teaches thing is perfect for beginning ukulele.Thanks a lot to Mimi for her useful teaching!”

Sara Manzano, MT-BC

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CBMT Relationship: You Can Uke with Mimi Sinclair, MM, MT-BC is approved by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) for 3 Continuing Music Therapy Education credits. Sound Health Music, Approved Provider #P-110, maintains responsibility for program quality and adherence to CBMT policies and criteria. Please view the required CBMT information.