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Private Music Therapy Sessions

We are not accepting new clients at this time.

Private music therapy sessions are conducted by a board-certified music therapist and offered to individuals who are neurodivergent or have other disabilities, including those with autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, intellectual disabilities, developmental disabilities, and sensory processing disorder. Private music therapy is offered in a one-on-one setting and insurance is not accepted at this time.


For individuals with disabilities, music therapy provides a unique variety of music experiences in an intentional and developmentally appropriate manner to facilitate development of skills. Music therapy is an evidence-based practice that includes assessment, treatment plan, goals, and ongoing evaluation and documentation.


Goals addressed during music therapy may include:


  • Speech/language and communication

  • Fine and gross motor functioning

  • Social skills

  • Emotional awareness and expression

  • Cognitive and academic skills

  • Sensory regulation


Types of music experiences that take place during a session may include:


  • Instrument playing

  • Singing

  • Music and movement

  • Improvisation

  • Song-writing

  • Music games

  • Music and art

  • Receptive music listening

  • Adapted music lessons


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