Dr. Amy Zabin began being sexually abused by her father and paternal grandfather at the age of four; the abuse continued for five years. She credits her pianist mother, who helped special needs children learn social skills through music, as her inspiration in using the powers of music as a therapeutic tool. Amy gained her Bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy at West Texas University, her Master’s at Florida State University and her Doctoral degree at New York University. Today, Amy is the proud mother of two young teenagers who she hopes will continue to speak their minds and own their bodies. She consults at Greenwich, Stamford and Norwalk Hospitals in Connecticut and serves on the faculty for the graduate Music Therapy program at New York University. Dr. Zabin lives in Cos Cob, CT.