Individual Music Therapy Services

Music Therapy Assessments

A music therapy assessment is conducted to determine if music therapy will be beneficial for the prospective client. Assessments are typically 2 hours in length; the first hour is spent talking with caregivers and discussing possible goals for the client, while the second hour involves the client and therapist actively participating in music interventions.

An assessment report will be sent to the responsible party within 1 week. If the client qualifies for services, scheduling will then take place. Assessments are a flat fee of $250.

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Individual Music Therapy Services

Individual sessions are one-on-one sessions in which the therapist provides direct care to the client. Music therapy interventions are implemented to address measurable and data-based goals and objectives. Goal areas may go hand-in-hand with IEP goals, goals in other therapies, or other areas of need.

Individual sessions are typically scheduled once per week, though sessions may be offered several times a week if appropriate.

One to one sessions are $55 for 30 min and $95 for 50 min.

Individual Music Therapy Services

Individual sessions are one-on-one sessions in which the therapist provides direct care to the client. Music therapy interventions are implemented to address measurable and data-based goals and objectives. Goal areas may go hand-in-hand with IEP goals, goals in other therapies, or other areas of need.

Individual sessions are typically scheduled once per week, though sessions may be offered several times a week if appropriate.

One to one sessions are $55 for 30 min and $95 for 50 min.

Heart and Harmony

Complimentary Q&A Call

We offer a free 15-minute phone or FaceTime consultation to prospective clients and caregivers who would like to learn more about music therapy.

Complimentary Q&A Call

We offer a free 15-minute phone or FaceTime consultation to prospective clients and caregivers who would like to learn more about music therapy.

What is music therapy?

Music therapy is a well-established allied health profession. It consists of using music to address the following areas:

Cognitive

Social

Emotional

Physical

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Communication

“Music therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program.” (AMTA, 2010).

Music is an extremely motivating medium and unique outcomes are possible within the music therapy setting. Because of its various elements (rhythm, timbre, tempo, emotional association, etc), music affects many areas of the brain concurrently. Rhythmic elements and music can be utilized to create new neuropathways which stimulate brain function.