Helping the Hurting Student

August 28, 2018, ASJ 46.4
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American Suzuki Journal 46.4

Previously printed in American Suzuki Journal 46.4. Reprinted with permission. Copyright © 2018 Suzuki Association of the Americas, Inc.

Christine Denstaedt

Career background:
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in California currently providing school-based mental health services for students pre-kindergarten -8th grade.
Registered Suzuki violin instructor for 19 years
Began playing violin around age 8—Suzuki trained.
studied privately with Juanita Mooney, Marjorie Marth (Claremont, CA) and Dr. Rachel Vetter Huang (Scripps College).
currently have a private home based violin studio.
I have taught at Claremont Community School of Music, providing group workshops, individual instruction, coordinated recitals
Educational background:
BA—Music in Society (2009)from Pitzer College, Claremont CA
MS -Clinical Psychology (2011) from California Baptist University, Riverside CA
I have experience playing professionally as well as community based organizations.
Currently a member of the Claremont Symphony
Personal background
Married to Don Denstaedt and living in Southern California
Mother of 4 (boys) and step mother to 5 (3 girls, 2 boys), grandmother to 1 (girl—Jackson)

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