autism therapy

How can music therapy help attract new clients, improve the quality of services, and increase customer and patient satisfaction?

Attract New Clients

Improve Quality of Services

Increase Customer and Patient Satisfaction

People with brain injuries often find that they are able to sing even if they cannot speak (or have difficulty speaking). This is because music stimulates other areas of the brain that still allow for speech output even if there has been brain damage. Music Therapists use music to strengthen these areas of the brain and can help in regaining speech and language function.

A music therapist can design exercises to target motor processes and improve coordination, strength, and endurance. Some of these techniques include Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation (RAS) for gait training, and Therapeutic Instrumental Music Performance (TIMP) for various motor functions.

Music Therapy can be used effectively for cognitive rehabilitation with a focus on memory, attention, and executive function. Many people find it easier to focus on musical stimuli vs. other stimuli, and we all know that it is easier to memorize information when it is put to music (i.e. the ABC’s). Music Therapists use various techniques to develop and strengthen these skills for those with brain injury.

45 minute Individual Music Therapy


+ one time $90 Assessment cost for first session

+$7 for every 20 miles away from our Studio (if lessons are in home)

60 Minute Group Music Therapy


This service is typically provided in a facility setting with several clients present. They often involve co-treatment with a Physical Therapist.