Promoting Positive ChangesMusic Therapy Promotes Positive Changes In:
- Social/emotional functioning
- Academic performance
- Verbal/non-verbal communication
- Fine motor skills
- Gross motor function
- Sensory processing and perception
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Chronic Illness
- Developmental Disabilities
- Emotional Problems
- Parkinson's Disease
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is a good candidate for music therapy?
Music therapy can help almost anyone who is willing to try it. We work with children as young as 18 months of age and adults as old as 100 years. We work with people who have significant disabilities and those who simply need a little help making their lives better.
Does Insurance or Medicaid cover Music Therapy?
We have successfully billed private health insurers for music therapy. Approval is made on a case by case basis and the process may take some time, but we are willing to work through it with you. Contact us to see if your insurance company is among the many that are now reimbursing.
Can I just sign up?
An assessment session is the required first step. In this session, the therapist will review the case history and evaluate a client's strengths and weaknesses as well as determine their response to music therapy interventions.