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Music Therapy
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Evident by the tempo of our breath, the rhythm of our stride, and timbre of our voice, we are musical beings. We have a bodily rhythm that can become out of sync when we are struggling physically, mentally, or emotionally. The evidence-based practice of Music Therapy addresses these struggles and provides a deeper means for clients to connect with themselves and others. Using the iso-principle, a music therapist is able to match the presented state and mood of clients and guide them into a more supported state through music. Like language, music therapy bridges communication and provides a voice for those who may struggle to express themselves with words or obvious feelings.


Through music therapy interventions like song-writing, lyric analysis, legacy building, song re-creation, receptive listening, improvisation and more, the music therapist is able to:

  • Enhance communication, socialization and promote meaningful interaction

  • Support physical, mental, and emotional human development

  • Teach healthy communication and socialization

  • Increase motor functioning

  • Enhance confidence and self-worth

  • Treat sensory issues

  • Improve memory

  • Regulate bodies and minds

  • Manage impulse control and support healthy decision making

  • Promote reality orientation and intrapersonal and interpersonal awareness

  • Reduce stress and anxiety

  • Manage physical pain and discomfort

  • Heal trauma

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