Anne Reed, MT-BC is a Board Certified Music Therapist. She graduated from Baldwin Wallace College in 1988. She completed her Neurologic Music Therapy Fellowship in January of 2013 from Colorado State University. In 1989, Anne joined the music therapy department at The Music Settlement, where she served as a staff music therapist, staff supervisor, and internship supervisor. In 2005, Anne left TMS and accepted a position with Beech Brook, where she served as the Music Therapy Program Manager for nine years, overseeing the research conducted at the agency with children and adolescents with severe emotional disturbances and attachment issues. In October of 2014, Anne returned to The Music Settlement, and she became the Clinical Director at the agency in August of 2016. Aside from her administrative responsibilities, she conducts individual music therapy sessions with children and adults having multiple disabilities such as attention deficit disorder, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, seizure disorder, apraxia of speech, and autism. Anne has co-authored articles in the Journal of Music Therapy and other journals. She is co-author of a protocol manual, currently under publication review, describing music therapy applications for children undergoing abuse recovery and attachment issues. Anne has presented at regional and national music therapy conferences, an international conference on conflict resolution at Cuyahoga Community College, and for the Adoption Network of Greater Cleveland. She has co-presented on the topics of music therapy and abuse recovery and attachment issues for undergraduate music therapy students and graduate social work students at local and state universities.