Music Therapy

Individual: One-on-one sessions tailored to the specific needs and goals of the individual receiving therapy. Our methods include instruments, singing, songwriting, or listening to music as part of the process.

Group: These sessions involve multiple individuals participating in music-based activities together. Group music therapy can be especially beneficial for improving social skills and cultivate a sense of community.

Relaxation and Stress Reduction: This type of music therapy uses soothing music to promote relaxation and reduce stress. It can be helpful for individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, or other mental health conditions.

Physical Rehabilitation: Music therapy can be used to help individuals recover from physical injuries or illnesses. For example, music can be used to improve motor skills, coordination, and balance.

Children with Developmental Disorders: Music therapy can be used to help children with developmental issues, such as ADHD, autism, or Down syndrome to improve their social skills, communication, and emotional regulation.

Our Music therapy services are provided by trained music therapists who use various music-based interventions to address specific therapeutic goals.

If you are interested in music therapy, we will work with you to develop a treatment plan that meets your specific needs and goals.