Anthony Varga (music therapy) is a graduate of the Music Therapy Equivalency program at Saint Mary of the Woods College in Indiana. Prior to becoming a music therapist, Tony enjoyed a rewarding career as a public school music educator, directing school orchestras in New Jersey for seven years before moving to New Hampshire and joining the Concord School District in 2003. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Rutgers University, a Master of Arts degree from Rowan University, and a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree from Boston University. In addition to a prolific academic career, Tony is also a veteran of the United States Navy.
Heather Oberheim (Music & Movement program director, dance movement therapy, Take Three, Creative Arts Camp) holds a B.A. in Psychology with dance concentration from Colby-Sawyer College and a graduate degree in Dance Movement Therapy from Antioch New England. As Music & Movement director, her classes on-site, in public schools, and community agencies such as Head Start benefit low-income children and children with special needs. Heather is a frequent presenter of professional development workshops for early childhood educators, with a specialty in helping children with disabilities and language delays. She is active in the Early Childhood Music and Movement Association, the American Dance Therapy Association, and the NH Early Learning Association.
Julieann Hartley (director, music therapy, adaptive lessons) earned her B.A. from Anna Maria College where she double majored in Music Therapy and Psychology. She is a board-certified music therapist and a member of the American Music Therapy Association. Ms. Hartley has clinical experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with developmental, behavioral, emotional, and psychological disabilities.