Director of Music Therapy Clinical Field Education
Charlie Seaman is the Director of Music Therapy Clinical Field Education at the University of Alabama. He completed his Bachelors and Masters in music therapy from Sam Houston State University and became a Board Certified Music Therapist in 2010. Following the completion of his Masters, Mr. Seaman was full-time adjunct faculty at Sam Houston for three years. He is an active member of the American Music Therapy Association and has served on the Workforce Development and Retention Committee since 2014.
Mr. Seaman’s passion lies in working with pediatrics, especially in the medical and special education settings. His clinical work has been primarily in home-based services for children/teens with Autism or Cerebral Palsy. He also has significant experience working with Geriatrics, Adult Medical settings and Individuals with Multiple Disabilities. Mr. Seaman enjoys working with college students to discover their passion and motivating them to achieve their personal goals.
Outside of Music Therapy, Charlie enjoys golfing or scuba diving with his wife, Danielle. He has two children who take up his time at home: Two year old, Allie and newborn, Cara. He is very excited to work with the students at UA, helping them develop as professionals in a field that will impact the lives of many people they will meet.