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Scott Horowitz

Scott Horowitz

MA, MT-BC, LPC, ACS

Assistant Clinical Professor, Director of Field Education


Creative Arts Therapies Department

267.359.5501 P

sah46@drexel.edu
1601 Cherry Street, Room 7101

Scott Horowitz, MA, MT-BC, LPC, ACS is the director of Field Education and Continuing Education for the Department of Creative Arts Therapies and assistant clinical professor in the Music Therapy & Counseling program. Horowitz received his master’s degree from the Drexel University Music Therapy program and has been practicing clinically as a music therapist since 2007. Through his work with multiple organizations in the Philadelphia area, he has practiced with a variety of populations and ages. His areas of clinical experience include children and adults with developmental disabilities, individuals with physical disabilities, mental health and intellectual disabilities. Horowitz also maintains additional professional credentials as a licensed professional counselor in Pennsylvania and as an approved clinical supervisor. In addition to working clinically as a music therapist and counselor, Horowitz also has significant experience providing professional clinical supervision.

Horowitz has presented on his work extensively both regionally and nationally, focusing on areas of specialty including child and family music therapy, clinical improvisation and musicianship, clinical supervision, trauma-informed care, collaboration in creative arts therapies and interprofessional education and practice. Horowitz has served in multiple service roles including as co-chair of the Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research (IPER) Collaborative at Drexel University College of Nursing and Health Professions and as co-chair of the Interprofessional Collaborative Resources Committee (ICRC) of the American Music Therapy Association. He is also active in community service, holding seats on two 501C-3 non-profit executive boards, Leah’s Dream, Inc. and Camp Dark Waters.