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Music Therapy

What is it?

Music therapy is the evidence-based use of music to achieve non-musical goals. Similar to a speech therapist or occupational therapist, music therapists provide client assessments, create specific goals and objectives, formulate treatment plans, and track data across sessions to improve client outcomes.

For example, the tempo of a song may be modified to match a client's gait and prompt more fluid and consistent movements following an injury. Social story songs can be created to teach skills like taking turns, waiting, self-regulating, etc. Song lyrics can also be analyzed, recreated, and/or modified to allow clients to find connection and opportunities for self-expression and empowerment. 

Music is universal. It is motivating and adaptable. I think music is magical. And music therapy is one way to use that magic to enhance and improve someone's quality of life. 



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