Joseph Moreno is Professor Emeritus of Music Therapy at Maryville University and Director of the Moreno Institute for the Creative Arts Therapies in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. He has long maintained an interdisciplinary approach to his work and is internationally recognized for his creative and groundbreaking work that has served to bring together the disciplines of music and psychodrama in group therapy processes. He has presented workshops in more than 50 countries and has been a sought-after keynote presenter at many international conferences. He is also known for his extensive field research into the indigenous world traditions of music and healing and the connections of these practices to further deepen our understanding of the role of the creative arts therapies in contemporary psychotherapy.
Moreno has authored the book, Acting Your Inner Music: Music Therapy and Psychodrama, inspired by the legendary work of his uncle J. L. Moreno, the creator of psychodrama. This innovative book has been widely translated and published in a number of foreign editions and has become an essential resource for creative arts therapists seeking to develop integrative approaches to their work. His numerous articles have been published in prestigious American journals and translated and published in 14 international journal publications. In 2001, he was presented the National Award in Research and Publications by the American Music Therapy Association. In 2007, he was presented with the Innovator’s Award by the American Association for Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama.
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