What is Music Therapy?
Work with a Board-Certified Music Therapist face to face (or virtually!) in weekly sessions that last between 30 minutes and an hour
Participate in engaging exercises, activities and projects that use music to work on personal goals & skill building
Incorporate musical interests and background (no musical experience is required!)
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What Kind of Skills are Addressed in Music Therapy?
Skills related to the body, such as improving movement, strength, and coordination
Skills related to the mind that are used to think, learn, read, remember, pay attention, organize information, and solve problems
Skills related to speech and language, including non-verbal language
Skills related to behavior and interaction with others
Skills such as identifying, expressing, and exploring feelings, and addressing areas such as coping skills and self-esteem
What Training Does a Music Therapist Have?
Sessions are provided by a Board-Certified Music Therapist, who has undergone extensive clinical, musical, and academic training:
Over 1200 hours of supervised music therapy practice
Bachelor's Degree in Music Therapy
High level of proficiency on multiple instruments