Kat Fulton is a speaker and board-certified music therapist specializing in rhythm-based wellness and NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) music therapy. Kat has spearheaded NICU music therapy programs in San Diego County. She is also passionate about bringing people together through rhythm as she hosts several community drum circle events throughout the year. She has provided thousands of rhythm-based events for various corporate and professional groups, wellness retreats, staff development workshops, team-building events, and retirement communities.
Katís love of music began at the age of 5, entranced by her motherís piano playing and piano duets with her sister. She went on to earn a bachelorís degree in classical piano performance and music theory and study with internationally acclaimed concert pianist Daniel Pollack in Los Angeles. These adventures soon led up to the discovery of the heart of her art in music therapy. A few of Katís esteemed teachers include Jayne Standley PhD, Barbara Reuer PhD, Arthur Hull, and Christine Stevens.
Kat is now the director of Sound Health Music, an organization that encourages, enables, and empowers people to develop potential through music experiences. The Sound Health Music team of highly qualified and trained board-certified music therapists design interventions using music as the vehicle for positive change within corporate, wellness, healthcare, and educational settings.
Kat offers vibrant, experiential lectures and has presented for organizations including the US Marine Corps, American Medical Student Association, Southern California Association of Neonatal Nurses, San Diego County Perinatal Social Workers Association, and the Council of Pre-Health Organizations at San Diego State University.
Kat is pleased to be associated with Remoģ as an endorsed facilitator. She maintains professional membership in the American Music Therapy Association, Early Childhood Music and Movement Association, and the Drum Circle Facilitators Guild.