“Dr. Eric Miller has done an outstanding job of synthesizing the fields of
biofeedback, physiology and other biomedical techniques as they relate
to music therapy, and provides an excellent model for integrating these
into clinical practice for such issues as ADHD, addictions and pain.”
—Concetta M. Tomaino, DA, MT-BC, LCAT, Executive Director/Co-Founder,
Institute for Music and Neurologic Function, and Senior Vice President, Music
Therapy Services, Beth Abraham Family of Health Services, New York, USA
“I warmly recommend this book not only to professionals but also to
those interested in discovering the ultimate frontiers of research in music
—Dr. Alexander J. Graur, PhD, MT-BC, President, Medicamus Italiana Torino, Italy
“In this century of science and music, music therapists are moving toward
in-depth understanding of music’s impact on physiologic function. Dr.
Miller’s brilliant and carefully researched book is most timely! Through
astute and clear descriptions of state-of-the-art research and clinical work
with sample cases, Dr. Miller explains how biofeedback techniques,
combined with targeted music-therapy interventions, can result in
physiological, psychological and cognitive rehabilitation. The information
provides insight into how neurologic feedback training incorporating
music-therapy approaches can attain positive adaptations in a variety of
diagnosed individuals. This book is an important contribution to the
—Dr. Dorita S. Berger, PhD, MT-BC, LCAT, clinician and
author of Music Therapy, Sensory Integration and the
Autistic Child and The Music Effect, Connecticut, USA
“Dr. Eric B. Miller is a pioneer in the documented core of music’s role in
wellness. Bio-Guided Music Therapy provides students, practitioners and
musicians important insight into the energetic power of sound, harmony
and music making.”
—Don Campbell, author of Healing at the Speed of
Sound and The Mozart Effect, Virginia, USA
Eric Miller, Ph.D. MT-BC BCIAC
Dr. Eric Miller, biofeedback therapist and board-certified music therapist is author of Bio-guided Music Therapy (2011) Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Dr. Miller coordinates the David Ott Lab for Music and Health at Montclair State University. He serves as adjunct faculty at Immaculata University, Montclair University, and has lectured at the Naropa Institute and Bryn Mawr College among other institutions. Recent international presentations include sessions at the World Music Therapy Congress in Seoul, S. Korea, Hsien Chuan University in Tapei, Taiwan, and workshops in Kiental, Switzerland, Cogolin, France and Torino, Italy.
Dr. Miller serves as Executive Director of nonprofits Music for People, Expressive Therapy Concepts and he founded the Biofeedback Network. Eric is actively involved with Music for People and has served as Executive Director since 1997. Eric is credited with development of the MfP Europe program, the community service initiative and on-site digital recording and CD operations.
In his spare time, Eric chairs the Pennsylvania Badminton Association. He has reached the finals in the PA State Badminton Championships, has been nationally ranked in the United States as high as no. 12 in doubles, and coaches the Bryn Mawr College varsity Badminton team.
Eric collaborated with Grammy winning cellist, DavidDarling on the instrumental CD, Jazzgrass.
A video of Dr. Miller discussing the role of music in neurofeedback can be viewed at: http://biofeedback.net/videos/
Dr. Miller can be reached at email@example.com