Krystal Demaine began teaching at Endicott College in 2004 as a part-time instructor. She had a private practice for 20 years. Her areas of expertise are with neurodiverse populations, hospice, mental health, and with children and adults with autism and intellectual differences.
Doctor of Philosophy in Expressive Therapies
Master of Education in Counseling Psychology
Berklee College of Music
Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy
Awards and Accomplishments
- Music Therapist Board Certified (MT-BC); (2001); CBMT#06386
- Registered Expressive Arts Therapist (REAT); (2014); IEATA
- Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200); (2013); Yoga Teachers Alliance, RYT #123267
- Fellow of Neurologic Music Therapy (NMT-Fellow); (2005; 2008); CBMR Music, CSU
- Performance Wellness Level I & II (2001, 2004, 2008)
Demaine, K. (2018). The radiant fire: Confronting the critic and nurturing the inner child. In E. Scholz (Ed.), Anxiety Warrior Volume Two (pp. 151-162). Ontario, Canada: The Artists Reply.
Demaine, K. (2016). A reunion of east and west: Reflections on the roots of creative arts therapy and traditional Chinese medicine. Creative Arts in Education and Therapy: East and West, 2(1), 29-39.
Demaine, K. (2015). These are my memories of you: The use of music therapy with children’s grief support groups. In S. L. Brooke and D. Miraglia (Eds.), Using the Creative Therapies to Cope with Grief and Loss (pp.180-196). Springfield, Il: Charles C. Thomas.
Foundations of Creative Therapies
Methods and Materials for Art and Expressive Therapies
Specific Populations: Art and Expressive Therapies
Integrating Theory and Practice
Music and Creative Arts Therapy