Meet Annie

Annie Roberson MT-BC
Annie Roberson MT-BC

Annie Roberson, MT-BC

Howdy, I’m Annie! I became board-certified in 2018, and currently see clients in southwest Fort Worth, Johnson County, and via telehealth.

Music has been a constant throughout my life starting when I was big enough to reach the keys on the piano when visiting my grandmother. She was a church pianist who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s at the end of her life, and as she progressively lost more of her memories and cognitive abilities, I was amazed at her persistent ability to sing and play four-part hymns from memory. When I first heard the phrase “music therapy” in high school while discussing career paths, I knew that’s where I belonged.

Now that I am a board-certified clinician, my experience with my grandmother has informed my own values in clinical practice. I believe strongly in the innate value of every person and in the rights of each person to live their life with dignity, choice, and fulfillment regardless of diagnosis or functioning labels. Though evidence-based practice and measurable outcomes are the foundation of my clinical work, I recognize that music therapy is a fundamentally human experience that requires flexibility and creativity to meet each person where they’re at on any given day. I particularly enjoy working with people with high-support communication needs, and with birthing families.

You can often find me outside with my husband and dog, or indoors reading, playing Nintendo Switch, or working on any number of passion projects. I occasionally moonlight at local open mic nights with my original songs. If you see me in the HTeaO drive through more than twice a week… no you didn’t.

Certification:

● Music Therapist – Board Certified (#14793)

Education:

● Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy, University of Alabama, 2018

Professional Service:

● CBMT Board Exam Committee, 2024 to present

● AMTA Reimbursement Committee – 2020 to present

● Texas State Task Force for Music Therapy Recognition, 2018 to present

● Supervision of students, 2020 – present

Annie Roberson

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What Our Clients Say

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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My son loves music and loves his music therapists. They are a part of our family and a huge part of my son’s progress over the past four years.

– Nicole R.

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They are OT, speech, and lots of fun all rolled into one. When they are here, my girl can be heard loud and clear. We love these people.

– Lora C.

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I can’t begin to explain how grateful I am for having used music therapy to get me through my VBAC. This delivery changed my life!

– Lindsey C.

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It is such a blessing to have our son work with Heart and Harmony… It really is so much more than just music.

– Christina C.

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Heart and Harmony has outstanding music therapists who are highly trained in their field. Highly recommend them!

– Leigh Anne S.

We believe in what we do. We do it with passion.

Heart and Harmony Music Therapy is a team of like-minded music therapists and music therapy interns who are committed to providing accessible, high-quality music therapy services to the Dallas – Fort Worth community.

When you work with Heart and Harmony Music Therapy, you help us provide our employees with important benefits like health insurance – something that contracted music therapists often don’t have access to. At Heart and Harmony, we believe that top-notch therapy is only possible when therapists and clients alike have top-notch support.

Heart and Harmony believes in honoring the self-identities of our clients. We build upon our clients’ strengths, meeting them where they are and celebrating with them as they grow. We are passionate about client autonomy and the accessibility of our services. We offer flexibility by making services available in-home or in-studio to provide a least restrictive environment. We work with individuals on the Texas CLASS and YES Medicaid waiver programs and also accept private pay clients. Payment plans are available to increase accessibility to the benefits of music therapy. 

Heart and Harmony therapists sitting in Nikki's living room, playing music. Nikki and Jordan are sitting on a green couch, playing ukulele and drum. Madison is sitting on an ottoman playing a stringed instrument.
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