Jaycie Voorhees, MM, SCMT, MT-BC

Executive Director

Jaycie Voorhees, MT-BC is a mover and shaker in Salt Lake City bringing harmony to corporate, wellness, and therapeutic groups through her company Harmony Music Therapy for over 10 years.

A passionate entrepreneur, she is focused on the evidence-based application of music therapy through private practice, agency contracts, corporate events, and wellness programs. Jaycie combines her zest for life with her passion for music, bringing energizing and effective change to her clients and their teams.

Cassie Bringhurst, SCMT, MT-BC

Salt Lake County
Special Needs

Cassie is a graduate from Utah State University where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy and earned a minor in Family Consumer Human Development (FCHD). While at Utah State, Cassie also received her Gerontology Certificate. Cassie completed her six-month music therapy internship at Primary Children’s Hospital, and now works with clients with special needs in a variety of settings. In her free time, Cassie enjoys hiking and exploring the outdoors.

Mylie Payne, SCMT, MT-BC

Salt Lake & Utah County
Mental Health & Special Needs

Mylie graduated from Indiana University with a Bachelor’s degree in Oboe Performance, and from Colorado State University with a Master’s degree in Music Therapy. She completed her six-month internship at Expressive Therapies Utah, a private practice that specializes in music therapy in the areas of hospice, special needs, mental health and recovery with adolescents and adults. Mylie loves to work with people of all ages, including special needs populations, individuals with mental health diagnoses, and older adults with dementia and those on hospice.

Monica Moser, SCMT, MT-BC

Salt Lake & Utah County
Mental Health

Monica graduated Summa Cum Laude from Utah State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy and a double minor in Psychology and Japanese. She completed her six-month internship at Oregon State Hospital in Salem, Oregon, working with adults with psychiatric and mental-health needs. She has loved working with a variety of populations over the course of her career, including geriatrics with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, children exposed to domestic violence, and adults facing crises and mental health diagnoses.

Shannon LovelandShannon Loveland, SCMT, MT-BC

Salt Lake & Davis County
Mental Health 

Shannon graudated Cum Laude from Utah State University and completed her clinical training in Bellevue, WA, working with a range of special needs and mental health populations. She also volunteered overseas with the Jamaican Field Service Project, bringing the benefits of music therapy and music education to children and adults in rural areas of Jamaica.

She has a passion for the health and wellness of those who are victims of abuse, neglect, trauma, and mental illness, and for speaking for all those who have yet to find their voice. She specializes in songwriting and composition, and has an extensive background in music teaching and adaptive music lessons.

Kaitlin Cooper, SCMT, MT-BC

Online Support
Mental Health & Special Needs

Kaitlin is passionate about the empowering quality of music therapy.  She graduated from Utah State University with a Music Therapy degree after completing her clinical training at both the University Neuropsychiatric Institute and Logan Regional Hospital.  At these locations she helped children, adolescents and adults as they navigated mental health crises.  She also aided adult patients with pain management and emotional processing as they faced hospitalization.  When Kaitlin is not with clients she enjoys caring for her daughter, running a home baking business, and being with family.

Karli Parrish, SCMT, MT-BC

Davis County
Special Needs

Karli graduated Cum Laude from Utah State University with a degree in Music Therapy in 2015. She also earned a minor in Psychology. She completed a nine month internship at Hartvigsen School where she worked with children and adolescents diagnosed with a variety of special needs. Karli loves working with the early childhood population and is always amazed by their energy and enthusiasm for music. Spending time with her family and soaking up sunshine are two of the activities that Karli enjoys most in life!

Kelsey Hall, SCMT, MT-BC

Salt Lake County
Special Needs 

Kelsey graduated magna cum laude from Utah State University and became a board-certified music therapist just two weeks before her little girl was born (August 2018). Kelsey completed her internship with Hartvigsen School and has a passion for working with children. She loves that music can be so unifying and can make the therapeutic experience fun and much less daunting. Kelsey also plays the piano for the Gleeful Choir, a Dementia choir run by local music therapist Emily Christensen. She loves to play the piano, have dance parties with her husband and daughter, and looks forward to owning a corgi one day.

Abi Christian, SCMT, MT-BC

Washington County
Mental Health & Special Needs 

Abi graduated Magna Cum Laude from Utah State University with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Music Therapy. She completed her clinical training at Earthtones Northwest in Portland, Oregon where she worked in a variety of settings including memory care, assisted living, children’s hospitals, adult day cares, and mental health. Abi is currently working as a music therapist in residential treatment centers for adolescents, and absolutely loves witnessing the growth and strength of the clients she works with. In her spare time, Abi loves to knit, crochet, paint, hike, and play a variety of games with her family and friends.

Camille Savage, SCMT, MT-BC

Davis County
Special Needs

Camille graduated from Utah State University in music therapy with a Bachelor of Science degree, having completed a music therapy internship with the Center for Expressive Therapies in January 2008. She has been a Board-Certified Music Therapist since April 2008 and currently works with hospice care and children with special needs in Davis and Weber counties.