Lynn Miller is the author of SpiritArts, Transformation through Creating Art, Music and Movement. Lynn co-authored a book chapter Music and Neuromodulation with her husband Dr. Eric Miller in Rhythmic Stimulation Procedures in Neuromodulation. Lynn has a private practice in Music Therapy and Therapeutic Sound Healing.
Lynn is a faculty member for Flute Haven Native Flute School and was a faculty member for Music for People for 18 years. She facilitated the Musicianship and Vocal program. Formally, Lynn was an adjunct faculty member in Music Therapy at Immaculata University.
Musically, Lynn has a background in jazz, folk and world music. She plays the guitar, is a vocalist and specializes in playing unique hybrid instruments inspired by cultures around the world. She has performed at the Kimmel Center, Borgato, Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Open Air Festival in Switzerland.
Lynn has conducted workshops at retreat centers such as the Omega Institute, Trimurti in France, Kientelerhoff in Switzerland and Ompio in Italy. She has made Music therapy presentations in India, Italy, Mexico and for the American Music Therapy Association, NJ Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, The Interdisciplinary Society for Quantitative Research in Music and Medicine and was the keynote for the 2016 Music Healing and Transition Conference.