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About Us

My experience as a Board-Certified Music Therapist can support you or your loved one to reach their full potential. You'll always be met with a friendly face and upbeat personality, and music is directly utilized in sessions to aide learning and skill development.

My background from studying at Colorado State University can help students explore piano, improvisation, songwriting and more. I also play guitar, bass, and trumpet, which allows me a unique perspective into the balance of instruments within an ensemble that can give you insight to the whole musical process.


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Music Therapy

  • No instrument required by the client

  • Focus on specific goals and non-musical skills for yourself or your loved one, such as the following:

  • Physical: Skills related to the body, such as improving movement, strength, and coordination

  • Cognitive: Skills related to the mind that are used to think, learn, read, remember, pay attention, organize information, and solve problems 

  • Communication: Skills related to speech and language, including non-verbal language

  • Social: Skills related to behavior and interaction with others

  • Emotional: Skills such as identifying, expressing, and exploring feelings, and addressing areas such as coping skills and self-esteem

  • Sessions are provided by a Board-Certified Music Therapist, who has undergone extensive clinical, musical, and academic training (including over 1200 hours of supervised music therapy practice and a college degree in music therapy)  

  • Music Therapist tracks client progress on goals with thorough documentation that uses session data, observations, and an ongoing assessment of the client's interests, strengths and needs

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Music Lessons

  • Student brings their own instrument

  • Focus on learning musical skills for yourself or your loved one, such as the following:

    • Technical Skills: Improving how well you play

    • Reading Music: Learning to interpret musical symbols

    • Music Theory: Understanding the language of music

    • Performance: Playing in front of an audience​

  • Lessons are provided by a teacher experienced in the above elements of music

  • Teacher tracks student progress by keeping notes of student's assignments and songs they have learned

Piano for Little Learners Series
Lesson Book 1
Song Book 1

Piano for Little Learners is an introductory piano method by Stephanie Kaiser recommended for children aged 3-6. They'll apply colors, numbers, and left and right as they begin their musical journey.

Alfred Level 1A for beginning piano students.

Alfred Level 1B follows Level 1A.

Alfred Level 1 Complete is for the older beginning piano student.

Alfred Level 2

Alfred Level 3

Alfred Level 4

© 2020 by Stephanie Kaiser