Eun Sil Suh, PhD., KCMT, MT-BCDirector, Assistant Professor of Music Therapy
(570) 348-6268 ext. 2527
SLV Room 101
Eun Sil Suh, assistant professor and director of music therapy at Marywood University and Board-Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC). Eun Sil earned her PhD in Expressive Therapies from Lesley University, Master’s in music therapy at Illinois State University, and studied Equivalency Music Therapy program at Arizona State University. She received her bachelor’s in piano performance from Kyungpuk National University in Korea. Eun Sil has received specialized training in Advanced Vocal Psychotherapy (AVPT), and Neurologic Music therapy (NMT).
Prior to appointment at Marywood, Dr. Suh has taught in the Music Therapy graduate school at Ewha Womans University and Daegu Arts University in Korea. Eun Sil’s clinical experience includes working with children and adolescence with disabilities and emotional/behavioral challenges, as well as working with adults with psychiatric diagnoses, and Alzheimer’s disease. Her current interests are music therapy with school violence and aggression prevention and music therapy supervision.