Cheryl-Lee Campbell, MMT, RP (Qualifying), MTA
Cheryl-Lee holds a Master of Music Therapy degree from Wilfrid Laurier University, a Bachelor of Music (Honours), and an Artist Diploma (both from Western). She is an accredited music therapist and a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying). She has completed a foundations certificate in Narrative Therapy, a foundational course in DIRFloortime®, and training in early childhood music, and Neurologic Music Therapy. Cheryl enjoys working with clients in a variety of populations, with a particular love for infants/ parents, young children, and older adults. Cheryl believes that the human bond is the foundation for happiness and healing across the lifespan, and that music can enhance the bonds and relationships that centre our lives.
Hayley Francis Cann, BMT, MTA, NMT
Hayley is a certified music therapist and neurologic music therapist recognized by the Canadian Association of Music Therapists (CAMT) and The Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy. Hayley currently provides music therapy services to Katarokwi/Kingston, ON area in Canada. She has clinical experience with seniors including dementia and Alzheimer’s, individuals with developmental disabilities, and rehabilitation including stroke and acquired brain injury. Hayley recently completed a Masters of Science in Aging and Health at Queen’s University to further explore the impact of the arts on the aging process and collaborate with professionals in the healthcare industry on ways to promote wellbeing during the aging experience. Beyond direct clinical service, Hayley authored and released a Children’s book about music therapy, called "Mandy's Mom, The Music Therapist". in hopes of creating a more accessible advocacy tool for our community. In everything she does, Hayley aims to provide an authentic experience that is respectful toward all people no matter their age, diagnosis, background, social locators or personal preferences.
Len McCarthy, PhD, MTA
Len is an accredited music therapist with a Master of Music Therapy from Wilfrid Laurier University, and also holds a Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology from York University, and Masters of Music Education from University of Toronto. He has interned at Toronto’s Baycrest Hospital and Sunnybrook Hospital, and has worked with adults and children in the Kitchener-Waterloo and Guelph area for the past 4 years. His clients have included children and adults with developmental delays, cognitive and/or physical impairments. His therapeutic philosophy is person-centered and strengths-based, rooted in Orff Music Therapy (a synthesis of speech. singing, movement, improvisation and drama). When working with groups, Len favours Community Music Therapy techniques that emphasize cooperation, collaboration and mutual respect.
Len also has extensive experience as a bandleader and performer (keyboard, guitar, ukulele, woodwinds), composer, record producer and teacher (at elementary, secondary and university levels). He offers ukulele, guitar and keyboard workshops to adults and music therapists in the Kitchener-Waterloo (Ontario) area, focusing upon popular music techniques and strategies, at Music @ Green Gables, a Kitchener music school cofounded with his wife Jennifer Stacey (an early childhood music specialist). He is also an award-winning songwriter, selected twice by the WFMT (World Federation of Music Therapy) to compose songs for events and conferences.
Candace Rahn, RP, BMus, MTA
Candace holds a Bachelor of Music Therapy Degree from Wilfrid Laurier University, and is a credentialed music therapist and Registered Psychotherapist who has worked 19 years with the geriatric population in the Greater Toronto Area (12 of which was treating War Veterans). The last 6 years she turned her interests towards Private Practice in South Western Ontario with a focus on Palliative and Hospice care, as well as Adults with Developmental and Physical Challenges. Over the years, Candace has maintained her love of music by performing on piano and percussion. She has accompanied in various settings and sung in choirs and small groups. Candace enjoys the psychotherapy aspect of her work and maintains her professional practice by engaging in continuing education opportunities. Candace has dedicated her voluntary time and service to the Music Therapy Association of Ontario over several terms of work on the Board. Candace enjoys educating others about music therapy and believes strongly in the evidence based use of music, striving to find new and creative ways to bring it to her clients. Candace offers an eclectic approach to her music psychotherapy services. Candace is the music therapist who provides individual music therapy for the Music and Medicine program overseen by Notes by Amy.
Grace Rogers, MMus, BFA
Grace Rogers holds a Master of Applied Music and Health from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from York University. She has clinical experience with aging populations, especially in settings focused on dementia care. As a trained vocalist, Grace enjoys facilitating interventions that use music and song as a conduit to accessing long term memory and cognitive function in adults with memory impairment.
Grace loves watching these individuals find meaning and identity as they connect with competencies from their implicit and long-term memory stores. Grace provides individual music therapy for Notes by Amy.
Konstantin Popovic (Tino), B Mus
Tino graduated from the University of Toronto and has performed as a soloist on 3 different continents. Since 2002, he has been the assistant concertmaster of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra. A high octane concert violinist, Tino has vast experience performing at concerts, weddings, receptions, dinners and dance parties and also corporate events. His repertoire includes Top 40, Pop-Rock, Country, Ballads, Standards, Classical, Bollywood and ethnic music. Tino is one of the WSO musicians who work in the Music and Medicine program overseen by Notes by Amy.
Cellist Peter Wiebe, M Music (Performance)
Peter graduated from Western University and joined the Windsor Symphony Orchestra (WSO) as a member of its core in 1987. Between 2005 and 2018 he was also the WSO’s assistant/associate conductor, as well as the conductor of the Windsor Symphony Youth Orchestra and Community Orchestra. He has arranged or composed over 200 pieces for orchestra and chamber ensembles at the WSO. His arrangements have also been played by several symphony orchestras including Cincinnati, Detroit, Winnipeg, and Victoria. Wiebe and his wife Ruth reside in Windsor, and along with their six children are all active musicians. Peter is one of the WSO musicians who work in the Music and Medicine program overseen by Notes by Amy.