Jasmine Libert, MT-BC

Jasmine Libert was born in Tigard, Oregon, but spent her teenage years living on the Hawaiian island of Kaua’i. After graduating from high school in Hawaii, she started her undergraduate education at Linfield College where she focused on music and psychology and also took one semester to study abroad in Vienna, Austria. After two and a half years, she transferred to Pacific University to study music therapy.

Jasmine is passionate about music therapy in special education and cross-cultural music therapy. For her senior project, she conducted a cross-cultural comparison of music therapy in special education to investigate how different countries are using music therapy in a school setting and what techniques are most successful in this population. She is very excited to be working where autism and IDD are a primary focus and hopes to do future cross-cultural research in this area.

Jasmine has been awarded a Fulbright scholarship by both the Austrian and U.S. governments. For the next year, Jasmine will be working in Austria teaching English in a high school.

Sound methods. Caring specialists.