OUR MUSIC THERAPY INTERNS

The interns at Music To Grow On get hands on experience working with clients of every age and a variety of diagnoses. As interns at a mobile company, interns also inherently get to know the entire Greater Sacramento Area, since they’re driving around it every day!

With experience working with clients, parents, and professionals in other disciplines, the students completing their internship with Music To Grow On gain the skills necessary to enter the professional field of Music Therapy with knowledge and confidence.

Alicia Renee Correia
Alicia Renee Correia Music Therapy Intern
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Alicia Renee Correia (she/her/hers) is from Roseville California, and has finished her academic course at University of the Pacific, majoring in Music Therapy and minoring in Psychology. She discovered music therapy in her own home, where she got to watch a music therapist work with her brother. She decided after this experience that this was what she wanted to do.

Alicia’s observations and fieldwork experiences included: children and adults with disabilities, those in memory care, psychiatric facility, and children battling homelessness. While at Pacific, Alicia was affiliated with the professional music fraternity Sigma Alpha Iota, which provides services to the community through music. Alicia is excited to start working with Music to Grow On and will do her utmost to learn and provide to her clients.

Stephanie Goodman
Stephanie GoodmanMusic Therapy Intern
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Stephanie Nicole Goodman (she/her/hers) is from Durham, North Carolina. She has recently completed her coursework at East Carolina University, with a major in Music Therapy and a minor in Hispanic Studies. She was introduced to the field of music therapy through a college outreach program, in which music therapy was discussed as a field of study. From then, she contacted music therapists in her area, and after observing a session led by an MT-BC, she then began pursuing a career in music therapy.

Stephanie’s clinical experiences include rehabilitation centers, assisted living, and telehealth home care. She has worked with young children, teenagers, young adults, and older adults, with a wide variety of need areas. At ECU, she worked as a research assistant on behalf of the Music Therapy program and Dr. Adrienne Steiner, on research investigating the use of music therapy and psychoeducation on the perceived well-being of informal caregivers.

Stephanie takes a client-centered approach to music therapy and is looking forward to working with Music to Grow On in order to learn more while best serving her clients.

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