Kelsey Pokalsky Death – Kelsey Pokalsky, a licensed Creative Arts Therapist, Board Certified Music Therapist has died. She passed away sadly on Monday 18th September 2023 after battling with Myocarditis at age 32. She was announced dead by her family through a post that reads “Our daughter, Kelsey passed away last evening surrounded by loved ones at Mount Sinai Hospital. Kelsey fought hard to overcome a viral heart infection (Myocarditis) that came on suddenly ten days ago”.
Kelsey Pokalsky Education and Career
According to her LinkedIn, She studied at Temple University from 2009 to 2013, and then at Molloy College from 2013 to 2016, where she received her Master of Science in Music Therapy. She was a Music Therapy Fieldwork Student at Foundations Behavioral Health in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, where she observed, participated in, and even led music therapy sessions with kids and teens in a mental health facility.
Later, from January 2012 to May 2012, she spent five months as a music therapy fieldwork student at COMHAR in Greater Philadelphia. From September 2012 to December 2012, she was a music therapy fieldwork student at Hear Our Voices. During her time as a Tutor at Temple University (September 2012 – December 2012), she helped student-athletes in both Social Science and Developmental Psychology.
What you need to know about Kelsey Pokalsky
She spent seven months as an intern at the state-run New Lisbon Developmental Center, working under the supervision of a board-certified music therapist to facilitate individual and group music therapy sessions with adults with developmental disabilities and offenders with developmental disabilities. Independent Support Services hired her as a Music Provider. He worked for Northwell Health as an Art Therapy Specialist. She worked with START Creative Arts Therapy Services as a Music Therapist.
Kelsey helps adults who are stressed out, anxious about life in general, depressed, or having trouble maintaining healthy relationships. Kelsey’s clients frequently use live music and guided imagery to unwind and gain perspective, write songs to investigate narratives and express emotions, and share and listen to songs to investigate their own identities and the identities of others.
Kelsey Pokalsky’s obituary will be released by the family
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