Helping people reach their optimal well-being through music.

Music Therapy is a research and evidence based practice that uses music to work on individualized social, emotional, physical, cognitive, and communication goals. In-person and tele-health sessions are available within individual and group environments and are open to all individuals from the community.

Helping people reach their optimal well-being through music.

Music Therapy is a research and evidence based practice that uses music to work on individualized social, emotional, physical, cognitive, and communication goals. In-person and tele-health sessions are available within individual and group environments and are open to all individuals from the community.

Music Therapy Inquiry Form

Now offering in-person and Telehealth sessions!

About Music Therapy:

“Music therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship with a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program.”

– American Music Therapy Association

About the Sessions:

Sessions address measurable and data-based goals and objectives. Goals may be parallel to goals in other therapies, IEP goals, Reach High, or other areas of need. Individual sessions are offered in 30, 45, and 60 minute weekly time slots, but when appropriate can be offered multiple times a week. Group sessions are offered in 60 minute weekly time slots with varying goals addressed.

Goals Addressed

Physical

Emotional

Cognitive

Communication

Social

Behavioral

Goals Addressed

Physical

Emotional

Cognitive

Communication

Social

Behavioral

Goals Addressed

Physical

Emotional

Cognitive

Communication

Social

Behavioral

Objectives

Progress can be seen through measurable and specific objectives, created by the music therapist. However, the ultimate goal is for the skills to be generalized outside of therapy into every day life.

Objectives

Progress can be seen through measurable and specific objectives, created by the music therapist. However, the ultimate goal is for the skills to be generalized outside of therapy into every day life.

Music Admissions Process

The music therapist will conduct a 30 minute consultation with the family in order to get to know them better and identify the client’s strengths and needs. The family and music therapist will discuss potential areas for growth and complete the initial paperwork.   If you would like to set up the consultation please fill out this form.

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During the first sessions, the music therapist will conduct an individual assessment with the client to identify specific goals and objectives. The following domain areas will be assessed during the first session: cognitive, motor, social, communication, behavioral, and emotional.

Information from the consultation and the assessment will be used to identify non-musical goals and objectives for each client based on the needs identified in the domain areas observed.

Therapy includes musical interventions that address non-musical goals and objectives. These may include: instrument play, lyric analysis, song writing, singing, movement to music, improvisation, task analysis, adaptive music lessons. The goal will be generalization of skills outside of therapy.

Ongoing evaluation will be documented through weekly data collection and discussion with parents. Reassessment will also be conducted when appropriate.

Music Admissions Process

The music therapist will conduct a 30 minute consultation with the family in order to get to know them better and identify the client’s strengths and needs. The family and music therapist will discuss potential areas for growth and complete the initial paperwork.   If you would like to set up the consultation please fill out this form.

Click Here for the Form

During the first sessions, the music therapist will conduct an individual assessment with the client to identify specific goals and objectives. The following domain areas will be assessed during the first session: cognitive, motor, social, communication, behavioral, and emotional.

Information from the consultation and the assessment will be used to identify non-musical goals and objectives for each client based on the needs identified in the domain areas observed.

Therapy includes musical interventions that address non-musical goals and objectives. These may include: instrument play, lyric analysis, song writing, singing, movement to music, improvisation, task analysis, adaptive music lessons. The goal will be generalization of skills outside of therapy.

Ongoing evaluation will be documented through weekly data collection and discussion with parents. Reassessment will also be conducted when appropriate.


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