What is Music Therapy?

Music therapy is a practice in which therapists help people of all ages develop or improve life skills. It is an allied health field made up of highly trained professionals who can tailor music experiences to each client’s needs and goals.

Music therapists have all graduated from accredited universities and training programs and are board-certified by the CBMT. Music therapists help people build functional skills to navigate a world that is simply not made for everyone – and they help through music and creativity, so it’s fun, engaging, and individualized!

Music therapists can be found in all sorts of settings and facilities – schools, memory care centers, hospice, and hospitals – but our music therapists are especially equipped to help children diagnosed with autism, ADHD, learning difficulties, and developmental disabilities. We use music to address speech goals, social skills, executive functioning, coping strategies, and self expression.

To learn more about music therapy and music therapists, you can read Brooke’s blog post about it here.

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