What does a music therapist do?



  • emotional well-being

  • physical health

  • social functioning

  • communication abilities

  • cognitive skills


Music sessions for individuals and groups, based upon client needs

Use different approaches to meet client needs, such as: receptive music listening, song writing, lyric discussion, music and imagery, music improvisation, music performance, learning through music, music as therapy, guided meditation 


In interdisciplinary treatment planning, ongoing evaluation,

and follow up.

Music therapy is ageless

Music therapists work with people of all ages with: mental health needs, developmental and learning disabilities, substance abuse problems, physical disabilities, acute and chronic pain, brain injuries, Alzheimer’s disease and other aging related conditions