Seneca recently finished his coursework at Berklee College of Music in Boston Ma with a major in Music THerapy and a minor in Psychology. His principle instrument is the bass, but he is also well versed in guitar, drums, voice and piano. In his training he completed work at Horizons Homeless Children, Mclean Psychiatric Hospital: Harvard Medical School Affiliate, Tufts Floating Hospital in Pediatrics, Goddard skilled nursing facility and Hail House home for well-elders. He has had the pleasure of taking part in multiple Presentations in National Music Therapy Conferences as well as local presentations including "Autism Speaks and Sings" and presentations of "Beat the Heat" an insternational Music Therapy service trip for special needs children he completed in the Cayman Islands.
Outside of Music Therapy, Seneca spent the last 4 years in Boston, gigging as the frontman for the band The Crosswalk Kings and working as a live sound engineer to make ends meet. He has had the honor to work for names such as Gloria Estephan, Victor Wooten, They Might be Giants and the Average White Band. Seneca's dream is to become a board certified Music THerapist and return to his hometown of Cleveland with a focus on technology and songwriting. "In my therapy career, I hope to bring songwriting to those who need a means to express themselves and convey what their talk therapy and typical conversations could never tap into. Healing through song is what I constantly envision and I hope to help as many people as I can with my given time on this earth."