The combination of speech and music therapy presents a unique opportunity for two specialties to come together and maximize the child’s time in therapy. Over the years, we have had a great deal of success in collaborating with Speech Therapists in Music Therapy. The Speech Therapist focuses on speech and language development through their unique..
Due it’s clinical effectiveness, ability to touch deep emotions, and power to comfort and heal in end of life care, music therapy can attract new referrals to your hospice company. The inclusion of music therapy as a standard of care for hospice companies across the United States is growing. When effectively implemented and marketing, music therapy..
In a recent survey of 25 businesses providing music therapy in Utah, 95% responded that their music therapy program increases patient and customer satisfaction. 95%. That’s a pretty solid response for a survey of such a wide variety of providers. These survey respondents serve a wide variety of clients including those with brain injury, children with medical needs,..
Find out how a quality music therapy program can make your business stand out over the competition. I can personally attest to the fact that 90% of the time when someone hears the term “music therapy”, and that it is something that I do for a living, they perk up with curiosity. Most people are..
Music Therapy is not only an innovative and high quality service, but is also cost effective. In this day and age, the first item a business considers with a new program is the $ amount. Will it fit into the budget? Where will the funds come from to pay for this program? For many companies, including those..
Early Childhood is a crucial time for development. Let music be a part of it for your child! We are currently restructuring our early childhood music therapy groups! Up until now the groups have been focused on individuals with disabilities, but we are now inviting children of all abilities to participate and interact with one..
As a music therapist, I am trained in how to use musical improvisation in the moment to meet my client’s needs. And really, that’s one of the main things that sets a music therapist apart from a performer or educator–our training helps us be aware of needs and adjust our “plans” accordingly. I remember learning..
For a long time I thought I was a rare breed. I loved and adored the Nordoff-Robbins approach to music therapy and utilized improvisation-based techniques in many of my sessions with great success. At the same time I was also very drawn to learning about neurological processes and how music supports and accesses certain areas..
This past summer I redesigned my therapy space to make it a little more kid-friendly and visually appealing. I run sessions out of my home and had never made a big attempt to make it a very “fun” room, mostly because I was doing other full-time work doing MT in the school district. But I..