Meet the Team

Jordan Bailey (he/him)

Jordan Bailey (he/him)

Music Therapist, Practicum Supervisor

Briley Casserilla (she/her)

Briley Casserilla (she/her)

Music Therapist

Rachel Cernosek (she/her)

Rachel Cernosek (she/her)

Music Therapist

Karah Chappel (she/her)

Karah Chappel (she/her)

Music Therapist

Elyse Chapski (she/her)

Elyse Chapski (she/her)

Music Therapist

Taylor Cockrum (she/her)

Taylor Cockrum (she/her)

Music Therapist

Ruth Franklin (she/her)

Ruth Franklin (she/her)

Music Therapist

Emily Hammons (she/her)

Emily Hammons (she/her)

Music Therapist

Maddie Hernandez (she/her)

Maddie Hernandez (she/her)

Music Therapy Intern

Annika Labus (she/her)

Annika Labus (she/her)

Music Therapist

Nikki Lanza (she/her)

Nikki Lanza (she/her)

Music Therapist, Clinical Director

Marissa Marmolejo (she/her)

Marissa Marmolejo (she/her)

Music Therapist

Madison Michel (she/her)

Madison Michel (she/her)

Music Therapist, Practicum Supervisor, Internship Supervisor, Clinician Supervisor

Annie Roberson (she/her)

Annie Roberson (she/her)

Music Therapist, Practicum Supervisor, Internship Supervisor, Strategic Coordinator

Isabelle Spence (she/her)

Isabelle Spence (she/her)

Music Therapist, Practicum Supervisor, Events Coordinator

Jordan Tenpas (she/her)

Jordan Tenpas (she/her)

Music Therapist, Internship Director, Practicum Coordinator, Education Coordinator

Victor Torres (he/him)

Victor Torres (he/him)

Music Therapist, Community and Services Coordinator

Sara Yoon (she/her)

Sara Yoon (she/her)

Music Therapist

Sarah Turner (she/her)

Sarah Turner (she/her)

Music Therapist

Angelica Zavala (she/her)

Angelica Zavala (she/her)

Music Therapist, Practicum Supervisor

Nikki Lanza (she/her),

Clinical Director

Nikki Lanza headshot
Nikki Lanza headshot

Nikki Belshe Lanza, MNLM, MT-BC, is the founder and Clinical Director of Heart and Harmony Music Therapy. She is also founder and Past-President of the Board for Music Therapy Access Fund, a nonprofit founded in 2019 to increase access to music therapy

Nikki has a Masters of Nonprofit Leadership and Management degree from Arizona State University, and Bachelor’s Degree in Music Therapy with a minor in Vocal Studies from Sam Houston State University. Nikki is a board-certified music therapist (#08938) and has worked primarily with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities since 2009. She was recognized as one of Fort Worth’s Forty Under Forty in 2020 and was a participant in The Arc of Texas Partners in Disability Leadership 2021. Nikki currently serves as secretary for the board of directors for Certification Board for Music Therapists and is on the advisory board for The Music Therapy Spot.

Nikki is passionate about autonomy and human rights. She cares deeply about professional sustainability and is invested not only in creating a healthy work environment for her staff members, but in empowering her colleagues to be aware of healthy and sustainable professional practices so that they can thrive. Nikki cares about a whole slew of other things, including private practice ethics; racial, gender, and disability equity; and reimbursement, funding, and accessibility of music therapy. When she’s not making music, you’ll find Nikki hiking, tending plants, watching birds, reading in the hammock, or – most likely – being chased by her kiddos.

Jordan Bailey (he/him),

Music Therapist

Jordan Bailey MT-BC headshot
Jordan Bailey MT-BC headshot

Jordan Bailey, MT-BC, Neonatal ICU Music Therapist, is a native of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He completed his coursework in music therapy at The University of Alabama. His primary instrument is voice, but he also enjoys playing the trombone. At UA, Jordan participated in many music ensembles including the University Chorus, the University Singers, the UA Trombone Choir, and The Million Dollar Band. He served as Research Chair of the Capstone Music Therapy Association for two years and the Vice President of the University Singers, which is the UA school of music’s premier vocal ensemble.His clinical experience includes populations involving premature infants in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), people of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders (EDBD), adults in the oncology unit of a local hospital, older adults with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease in an assisted living facility, and an adaptive pop ensemble of high school students that included students with IDD and EDBD.

Jordan enjoys musical theater, watching TV shows on Netflix, playing games such as Taboo and Phase 10 with family and friends, and attempting to cook in his free time.

Briley Casserilla (she/her),

Music Therapist

Briley Casserilla, MT-BC
Briley Casserilla, MT-BC

Briley Casserilla, MT-BC, graduated Summa Cum Laude from Texas Woman’s University with a BS in Music Therapy and a BA in Music Performance, primary emphasis on clarinet. In 2023, she completed her music therapy clinical internship with The Center for Discovery in Harris, NY. 

Briley’s primary clinical experience has been working with disabled communities in residential and school settings. Briley also has experience working with individuals in assisted living facilities and in preschool educational settings. During her internship, Briley specialized in clinical improvisation using Nordoff-Robbins music therapy techniques. She is a strong advocate for client autonomy and disability justice, prioritizing the empowerment of individuals through music and accessibility.

When she’s not in her professional work, Briley enjoys quality time with her partner, watching movies, staying up-to-date with the latest Marvel news, and sharing her life with her two beloved cats, Apple and Jax.

Rachel Cernosek (she/her),

Music Therapist

Rachel Cernosek, MT-BC
Rachel Cernosek, MT-BC

Rachel Cernosek, MT-BC, was inspired to pursue a career in music therapy after witnessing the profound impacts of music on her grandfather, who is living with a neurocognitive disorder. She finished her music therapy equivalency coursework at Texas Woman’s University in 2022 and is currently advancing her education in pursuit of a Master’s in Music Therapy. Rachel recently completed her clinical internship at Children’s Health in Dallas, Texas. Rachel’s primary clinical experiences are in inpatient pediatric healthcare, outpatient behavioral health, special education programs, early childhood groups, and Telehealth settings.

Beyond her music therapy career, Rachel is an accomplished flutist with 14 years of experience. She earned her Bachelor’s in Music (Flute Performance) and a Minor in Psychology from Texas Christian University in 2020. Throughout her studies, she participated in numerous solo and collaborative performances, taught private flute lessons, served as a graduate assistant, and performed in ensembles such as marching band, wind symphony, and flute choir.

Rachel cares deeply about the intersection of music, culture, and personal identity. In her leisure time, Rachel enjoys listening to indie rock, walking dogs, playing video games, reading novels, calling her mom, laughing with friends, and spending quality time with her boyfriend Sean.

Karah Chappel (she/her),

Music Therapist

Karah Chappel MT-BC headshot
Karah Chappel MT-BC headshot

Karah Chappel, MT-BC, graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelors in Music Therapy from the University of Missouri – Kansas City. During her undergraduate years, Karah also completed undergraduate and graduate coursework in Criminal Justice & Criminology. Karah has distributed and published multiple research studies on topics such as music therapy in policing, trauma treatment in music therapy, and impacts of low socio-economic status on music therapy as a career choice. She also has additional training in organizational-level trauma informed care implementation. After completing her post-graduation internship in acute behavioral health and obtaining her MT-BC, Karah worked at an acute behavioral health facility before moving into her current position with Heart and Harmony.

Originally from Ohio, Karah is a transplant to the DFW area. In her free time, she enjoys meeting new people, exploring the metroplex, and being outside. Karah is not a fan of all the bugs in Texas and is open to any and all advice on keeping them out of her apartment.

Elyse Chapski (she/her),

Music Therapist

Elyse Chapski headshot
Elyse Chapski headshot

Elyse Chapski, MT-BC, is originally from outside of Chicago, Illinois. In 2023, she graduated Cum Laude from Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, with a B.M. in Music Therapy and a minor in Psychology. Elyse completed her music therapy internship at Newbridge on the Charles Memory Care Assisted Living in Dedham, Massachusetts, under the nonprofit Hebrew SeniorLife, a Harvard Medical School Affiliate.

Elyse’s primary clinical experience has been with older adults with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. She has also worked with psychiatric, children, and family populations to address emotional and psychosocial needs.

In addition to her work as a music therapist, Elyse is pursuing a doctoral degree in clinical psychology (Psy.D.) at The Chicago School’s Dallas campus. She hopes to one day establish a private practice combining traditional psychotherapy and expressive therapies.

Elyse loves reading, watching TV and movies, painting, spending time with her family and friends, and making music as an independent artist in her free time.

Taylor Cockrum (she/her),

Music Therapist

Taylor Cockrum MT-BC headshot
Taylor Cockrum MT-BC headshot

Taylor Cockrum, MT-BC graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BS in Music Therapy from Texas Woman’s University with her primary instrument as voice. She completed her internship with Heart and Harmony in Summer 2020. 

Taylor’s clinical experience includes working with children, teens, and adults with a variety of intellectual and developmental disabilities, older adults with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, and people of all ages in a range of mental health settings including trauma, substance abuse, and behavioral disorders. 

Additionally, she became a Sound Birthing Music Therapy Assisted Childbirth Specialist in August 2020, and hopes to pursue further education and training to help support mothers and their babies through music throughout pre- and post-natal stages of pregnancy. 

When she is not singing or playing music, Taylor loves traveling around the world, musical theatre, sunflowers, drinking lots of coffee, and petting lots of dogs! She is passionate about inclusivity, representation, learning new things, and providing access to music (therapy AND education) services. 

Ruth Franklin (she/her),

Music Therapist

Ruth Franklin, Music Therapy Intern
Ruth Franklin, Music Therapy Intern

Ruth Franklin, MT-BC, is from Plano, Texas. She grew up loving music– you could catch Ruth listening to the radio on the bus ride home, singing in choir, or playing keys in the jazz band. She graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas with a Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy and a Minor in Psychology. She completed her clinical internship at Heart and Harmony and is thrilled to be on a team of such wonderful music therapists.

Ruth’s clinical experience includes children and adults with varying intellectual and developmental disabilities, different populations within children’s hospitals, teens in mental health, and older adults in assisted-living facilities. 

Ruth loves spending time with people and getting to know their stories. In her free time, Ruth enjoys watching movies with her family, going to concerts with her friends, or going on walks with her dogs.

Emily Hammons (she/her),

Music Therapist

Emily Hammons, MT-BC
Emily Hammons, MT-BC

Emily Hammons, MT-BC, grew up in San Antonio, Texas where she was involved in choirs and visual arts from a young age. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas with a Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy and Voice Performance and a Minor in Psychology. 

In 2020, Emily completed her internship at Dallas Academy, a school for children with learning differences. Emily’s clinical experience also includes adult inpatient psychiatric mental health and substance abuse and migrant youth populations. Additionally, Emily is experienced in teaching traditional and adapted music lessons for beginners in voice, guitar, ukulele, and piano.

When Emily isn’t making music, she can be found baking, laughing with friends, painting, and walking her greyhound. 

Maddie Hernandez (she/her),

Music Therapy Intern

Maddie Hernandez
Maddie Hernandez

Maddie Hernandez, Music Therapy Intern, completed her coursework at Sam Houston State University, pursuing a BA in Music Therapy with a minor in Psychology. Her primary instrument is trumpet and she enjoyed being in the Jazz, Concert, and Marching bands at SHSU. Her practicum experience includes working with adults with disabilities, adults in psych and older adults in an acute nursing facility. 

She is from the Austin area and is excited to explore DFW. In her free time she enjoys going to the movies, being outside and spending time with her family. 

Annika Labus (she/her),

Music Therapist

Annika Labus
Annika Labus

Annika Labus, MT-BC, grew up in the Rio Grande Valley and attended Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas, where she completed her Bachelor’s in Music Therapy and minor in Psychology. She completed her clinical internship with Heart and Harmony via telehealth in 2020 and served as an MT-BC in her hometown before starting a new adventure in the DFW area. 

Annika’s clinical experience includes children, older adults in memory care and assisted living, and primarily teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Having served the RGV, Annika has experience leading bilingual (Spanish) 1:1 sessions and continues to educate herself in the language and culture to improve accessibility of music therapy services. 

During her free time, Annika enjoys playing video games, reading, watching TV, and exploring the many activities DFW has to offer. 

Marissa Marmolejo (she/her),

Music Therapist

Marissa Marmolejo, MMT, MT-BC
Marissa Marmolejo, MMT, MT-BC

Marissa Marmolejo, MMT, MT-BC, completed her Master’s of Music Therapy degree coursework at Texas Woman’s University. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music from the University of North Texas, with minors in psychology and Spanish. Marissa is currently conducting graduate research exploring the ways music therapists account for the intersecting identities of clients in their approach to practice. 

Marissa interned with Rehabilitative Rhythms, a nonprofit private practice in Aurora, Colorado, where she worked with neurodiverse individuals across the lifespan. During her time in Colorado, she networked with several neuro-rehab facilities and brain injury organizations, and successfully launched a beat-making group. Marissa strives to increase awareness of underrepresented genres like rap, hip hop, and r&b in music therapy to ensure that preferred music of all clients are honored. For this purpose, she also aims to increase knowledge and use of music technology in music therapy practice. In addition, Marissa’s recent clinical experience has been working at an inpatient mental health facility for individuals with socioemotional and behavioral needs.

During her free time, Marissa enjoys traveling, hiking, rock climbing, live music events, and spending time with her family, friends, and her dog.

Madison Michel (she/her),

Clinician Supervisor

Madison Michel MM MT-BC headshot
Madison Michel MM MT-BC headshot

Madison Michel, MM, MT-BC, Neonatal ICU Music Therapistgraduated from The University of Alabama with her BM in Music Therapy with a principle in voice in 2015 and interned with Heart and Harmony Music Therapy. While working as a therapist for Heart and Harmony, she graduated Magna Cum Laude with her MM in Music Therapy from Colorado State University in December 2020. In addition, she has been honored as a DFW Child Magazine Mom-Approved Therapist on multiple occasions (2019, 2020). Madison has supervised students since July 2017 and notably was Heart and Harmony’s Internship Director when the site was approved as a National Roster Internship.

Madison specializes in a neurodevelopmental sensory-based treatment approach that uses the puzzle pieces of music, research, and therapeutic experience to target the individual needs of each client. She believes in lifelong learning and is currently independently studying the neurodevelopmental impacts of stress.

Madison has presented at regional, national, and international music therapy conferences and enjoys presenting in her community. She has worked for Adam’s Camp Colorado and Adam’s Camp Alaska on a multidisciplinary therapy team for both children with ASD and genetic disorders. Madison is proud to be a third generation music therapist and is currently pursuing historical research on her grandfather, Dr. Donald E. Michel, a pioneer in music therapy who began practicing in 1950.

Outside of music therapy, Madison enjoys spending time with her husband and pets, board game nights, and hiking trips.

Madison was interviewed for Thrive, part of DFW Child Magazine.

Annie Roberson (she/her),

Strategic Coordinator

Annie Roberson MT-BC headshot
Annie Roberson MT-BC headshot

Annie Roberson, MT-BC, Neonatal ICU Music TherapistSound Birthing Music Therapy Assisted Childbirth Specialist, completed her music therapy coursework at the University of Alabama with a primary instrument of trumpet. Annie completed her internship with Heart and Harmony in the fall of 2018. She is a professional member of Autistic Self-Advocacy Network (ASAN).

Annie’s clinical experience includes NICU infants, children, teens, and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, children and teens with emotional and behavioral disorders, adults in oncology units, and adults with dementia in memory care units. Annie completed her Sound Birthing Music Therapy Assisted Childbirth Specialist in July 2019 and is excited to support parents and babies in the DFW area.

In her free time, Annie enjoys watching the Nashville Predators play hockey, the Alabama Crimson Tide win national championships, crocheting, and being in the great outdoors. Born and raised in Nashville, TN, Annie is thrilled to serve the DFW community with the incredible team of Heart and Harmony therapists!

Isabelle Spence (she/her),

Music Therapist

Isabelle Spence Music Therapy Intern Heart and Harmony Music Therapy
Isabelle Spence Music Therapy Intern Heart and Harmony Music Therapy

Isabelle Spence, MT-BC, graduated from the University of Alabama with a bachelor’s degree in music therapy and a minor in psychology in December 2021. Isabelle is passionate about performing on her primary instrument, the flute, and she has performed as an ensemble member and as a soloist across the United States. Isabelle completed her internship with Heart and Harmony in the fall of 2021.

Isabelle’s clinical experience includes premature infants in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), adults with traumatic brain injuries (TBI), child, adolescent and adult outpatient mental healthcare, adults with cerebral palsy (CP), children and adults with intellectual and developmental disorders (IDD), older adults with dementia, and school-aged children in inclusive and self-contained classrooms. She also teaches adaptive voice and guitar lessons. While not in sessions, Isabelle serves as the Event Coordinator for the team, planning social and community events for our clients.

During her free time, Isabelle enjoys backpacking, reading, baking, and traveling. She has two cats named Pickles and Olive and a horse named Sweet Pea. Isabelle is excited to join the Heart and Harmony team and serve the DFW community.

Jordan Tenpas (she/her),

Education Coordinator

Jordan Tenpas MT-BC headshot
Jordan Tenpas MT-BC headshot

Jordan Tenpas, MT-BC, completed her music therapy coursework at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.  In addition to her Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy, Jordan pursued a dual degree in school and also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.  Her primary instrument is voice, and she loved singing with the Meadows Choral Ensembles and Meadows Opera Theatre.

Jordan completed her internship in Fall of 2019 at Austin State Hospital where she worked with children, adolescents, and adults with mental health diagnoses. Her additional clinical experience includes children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, older adults with dementia, early childhood groups, adult oncology patients, and children and adolescents with learning differences. Jordan has supervised practicum students and interns since 2021 and is Heart and Harmony’s current Education Coordinator, leading our National Roster Internship and practicum placements.

When not at work, Jordan enjoys spending time with friends, reading, watching TV or movies, cooking, and swimming.

Victor Torres (he/him),

Music Therapist

Victor Torres, MT-BC
Victor Torres, MT-BC

Victor Torres, MT-BC, is a native Texan and has lived in the DFW area for the better part of his life. He developed his prowess as a musician by first starting in choir in the first grade. There he began his musical journey where he met wonderful mentors and teachers that sharpened his skills and continued to raise his musicianship to the next level. Along the way, Victor has performed in many contexts from the late-night open mic nights to performing alongside English rock band, The Rolling Stones on their ZipCode tour.

Victor’s love for music led him to earn his BA in Audio Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. After earning this degree, Victor spent time recording artists, playing shows around the DFW, releasing music, and sharing his talents in a Recreational Department at a local psych hospital. After a few years of working with this hospital and connecting with his childhood volunteer work, Victor decided to change course and use music for the betterment of others. He has since completed his coursework at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College in Indiana as part of earning the credential MT-BC (Music Therapist), an internship with Heart and Harmony, and is humbled to be with the Heart and Harmony team as a music therapist. Additionally, Victor serves as our Community and Services Coordinator.

 When Victor is not making music, you can find him camping near a 14er in the San Juan Mountains in CO, spending time with family and friends playing some good ol’ Nintendo, or tearing up a local skate park.

Sarah Turner (she/her),

Music Therapist

Sarah Turner, MT-BC
Sarah Turner, MT-BC

Sarah Turner, MMT, MT-BC, grew up in Dallas and attended Texas Woman’s University in Denton, where she completed her Bachelor’s in Music Therapy and recently finished her Master of Music Therapy Degree. Sarah played flute throughout school and enjoyed marching band, later joining the Flute Choir at TWU. 

During her internship at Denton ISD, Sarah worked with children and adolescents with intellectual and developmental disabilities. She also has clinical experience with young adults with mental health needs as well as children with hearing impariments. Sarah has loved using music to have meaningful experiences with all kinds of people, and is excited to continue learning and growing as a music therapist. 

In her free time, Sarah enjoys spending time in nature, eating Thai food, and harassing (and cuddling) her cat, Olive.

Sara Yoon (she/her),

Music Therapist

Sara Yoon, MT-BC
Sara Yoon, MT-BC

Sara Yoon, MT-BC, was inspired to pursue music therapy after witnessing the effects it had on her brother growing up. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Texas Woman’s University with a B.S. in Music Therapy, with cello as her primary instrument, and a minor in Applied Psychology. In 2022, Sara completed her internship with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) at both the Western Psychiatric Hospital and Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. 

Sara’s clinical experience includes working with various inpatient psychiatric, neonatal, and pediatric populations including NICU infants, children, teens, adults, and older adults with a variety of psychosocial, emotional, intellectual and developmental needs. She has also served within settings such as therapeutic theater, juvenile detention, and assisted living. Additionally, Sara has prior experience with instrumental instruction, such as teaching cello lessons for middle school and high school, as well as leading ukulele summer camps for children. 

Sara’s future goal is to pursue a M.A. in Professional Counseling and apply her knowledge experiences from both fields to better serve her community and those around her. When she’s not making music, Sara enjoys arts & crafts, playing board games, serving her church, and hanging out with her friends for hours.

Angelica Zavala (she/her),

Music Therapist

Angelica Zavala, MT-BC
Angelica Zavala, MT-BC

Angelica Zavala, MT-BC, received a Bachelor of Science in Music Therapy with a minor in Psychology from Texas Woman’s University (TWU). She is currently pursuing a Master of Music Therapy from TWU. Angelica completed her clinical internship with Heart and Harmony in 2021 and is honored to provide services in her local community
alongside a supportive team of therapists.

Angelica’s clinical experience has been primarily with disabled people of all ages in the home health setting and recently with children and adolescents with mental health needs. In addition, she has experience working with clients in various settings, such as a non-profit therapeutic arts organization, inpatient eating disorder unit, juvenile detention center, and more.

Outside of work, Angelica enjoys spending quality time with her friends and family, painting, exploring the outdoors, and taking too many photos of her cat.

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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.

What Our Clients Say

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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