Music Therapy is the clinical use of music as administered by a Board-Certified Music Therapist to address the nonmusical goals of an individual.
Music Therapy can be utilized to address physical, psychological, cognitive, behavioral, and/or social functioning through the use of specifically designed music interventions.
Music has the unique ability to be accessible by anybody regardless of age, location, or diagnosis. As a clinical service, Music Therapy can be used in individual or group settings, depending on the needs of the persons involved.
Music therapy can address the following skills:
A look at what we do
ASSESS AND SET GOALS
At the start of treatment, the client’s strengths and needs are assessed. Music Therapy goals are then set to meet the client at his/her level.
IMPLEMENT TREATMENT PLANS
Implemented to cater to each client’s strengths and needs. The treatment plan is shared with all members of the treatment team.
FOCUS ON RELATIONSHIPS
The therapeutic relationship between the music therapist and client(s) leads to growth and achievement.
ACHIEVE UNIQUE OUTCOMES
Music therapy is unique and non-threatening and can foster a distinctive outcome.