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FAQ

  • WHAT IS MUSIC THERAPY?

Music Therapy is, according to the American Music Therapy Association, "Music Therapy is the clinical & 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."

  • WHAT IS THE PROCESS FOR STARTING SERVICES?

  • WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MUSIC THERAPY AND ADAPTIVE MUSIC LESSONS?

Music Therapy addresses goal areas like: Cognition, Motor, Social, Emotional, and communication. 

Adaptive Lessons are music lessons that are adapted to meet the learning or physical needs of the student. 

  • WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MUSIC LESSONS AND ADAPTIVE MUSIC LESSONS?

Music Lessons follow a curriculum for learning an instrument

Adaptive Lessons do not follow a certain curriculum and are adapted to the physical and/or cognitive needs of the student. 

  • WHAT DOES A MUSIC THERAPIST DO?

A music therapist uses music therapeutically to reach goals. Music therapy sessions often include live music and instruments to reach the goals of the client. 

  • WHAT GOALS ARE ADDRESSED IN MUSIC THERAPY?

Music therapy can address goals in areas like: Motor, Cognition, Social, Emotional, and Communication

  • WHAT DOES A MUSIC THERAPY SESSION LOOK LIKE?

Each music therapy session looks different. Music therapy sessions are tailored to meet the goals of the individual in the session while using client preferred music. Sessions often include live music and instruments for the client to play and use as tools to reach their goals. 

 

  • WHERE CAN I LEARN MORE ABOUT MUSIC THERAPY?

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