You’ve been interested in starting a music therapy program with your business or organization, but something is holding you back. Chances are, it’s one of these three barriers. #1 Budget If you’re a business owner, budget is always at the forefront of the decisions you make. In fact, it can trump even the best services..
Music therapy is as far reaching as the lifespan, and its impact is as timeless as music itself. So who can benefit from music therapy? Everybody can (but we’ll be a lot more specific on who is a good candidate!) Music Therapists are trained to use music to promote positive change in every walk of..
Many people wonder whether music therapists play instruments. Yes, we most definitely do. If you have never seen or heard much about music therapy, you may wonder what it involves, and if a Music Therapist simply pushes “play” on a CD player to help their client relax and calls it therapy. It is much, much more than..
If you are a interested in music therapy, you do not need to have any musical experience. Your therapist will help you along! Many people wonder when coming to music therapy if they need to know how to play an instrument. It’s a fair question, especially if they envision the therapist teaching them how to..
So you’re interested in a music therapy program for your Residential Treatment Center. What will it cost? If you’re a Residential Treatment Center looking to include music therapy in your programming, there are a few things to consider that will influence the overall cost. Because each organization has unique needs, circumstances, and location, there is no static..
One of the concerns with music therapy often expressed by related professionals (such as the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, or ASHA), is that music therapy is so broad in scope. Honestly, I have to agree. I’ve never been able to comfortably argue the point that music therapy is confusing because it is so broad. And honestly, I’m a..
If you’ve ever wondered whether there is more to music therapy than nice songs, kumbaya, and fluffy “entertainment”, then have we got news for you! Music therapy is masked and misunderstood because our culture’s conception that the primary purpose of music is for entertainment. Us Westerners have come to limit the real power of music by..
Music therapy doesn’t always help kids talk. It won’t always remove problem behaviors. And it isn’t a foolproof way to help your child improve in school. I’m a Music Therapist, so why would I say this? Because I’m being completely honest. What Music Therapy Will NOT Do Music Therapy doesn’t cure cancer. It doesn’t take away mental..
So you’re interested in a music therapy program for your Early Intervention program. What will it cost? If you’re looking to include music therapy in your early intervention program there are a few things to consider that will influence the overall cost. But we can give you a pretty good idea of the number you’d be looking..
What is music therapy and how does it work? Good question. Here’s a simple answer. This is a somewhat difficult question to answer because music therapy can look very different based on who you’re helping. But for our purposes here, I will answer it based on our work here at Harmony Music Therapy, which focuses..