Dr Jeanette Tamplin holds a postdoctoral research fellowship at the University of Melbourne and works as a music therapist at the Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre - Austin Health and Epworth Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. She has worked as a music therapist in neurorehabilitation for over 15 years. Jeanetteâ€™s PhD research investigated the effects of singing on respiratory and voice function for people with quadriplegia. Her current research investigates the effect of singing on dysarthric speech and the use of songwriting to process changes in self-concept following neurological injury. She has published in and regularly reviews for many of the leading peer-refereed music therapy and neurorehabilitation journals and has co-authored a book:'Music Therapy Methods in Neurorehabilitation: A Clinician's Manual.'