What is music therapy?
Who can receive music therapy?
What does a typical session look like?
Do you have a facility or do you come to my home?
What is teletherapy?
Teletherapy, or therapy via telehealth, is when a therapy session takes place over a secure, HIPAA-compliant video connection. Learn more about teletherapy here.
Do you accept insurance?
Heart and Harmony Music Therapy is considered an out-of-network provider for private insurance companies and services may count toward out-of-pocket deductibles. We do not file for our clients at this time, but we have an NPI (National Provider Identifier) number and are provide documentation such as assessment reports, treatment plans, and appropriate CPT codes.
We also accept private payment for our services.
How much does a music therapy session cost?
Individual (one-to-one) music therapy sessions begin with a one-time assessment for a flat fee of $250. After that, individual sessions are typically scheduled once per week, though sessions may be offered several times a week if appropriate. Individual sessions are $55 for 30 minutes and $95 for 50 minutes.
Group rates begin at $175 for 50-minute groups.
I recommend Heart & Harmony to any family with children and our experience with how they work with neurodivergence and learning differences, how much autonomy and trust they give students, and how supportive they have been of his learning plan has been a total game changer. If I had to cancel every other therapy or support, H&H is the one I would keep.
– Lizzie M.
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