Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional. It is an effective treatment for many different types of disabilities and challenges, even in those who are resistive to traditional treatment approaches. Music Therapy is used to improve and enhance the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of individuals of all ages by setting specific goals accomplished through the creative process.
MUSIC THERAPY INTERVENTION CAN BE DESIGNED TO:
• Promote Wellness
• Manage Stress
• Alleviate Pain
• Enhance Memory
• Improve Communication
• Promote Physical Rehabilitation
INDIVIDUAL MUSIC THERAPY
Individual sessions enable the therapist to work in the specific needs of
the client, encouraging self-expression and creative development.
Throughout each session, we will develop functional non-musical goals,
design therapeutic music interventions to effectively meet goals, and
document and evaluate ongoing progress.
INDIVIDUAL MUSIC THERAPY SESSION RATES:
30 MINUTE SESSIONS: $760
SIX-WEEK TRIAL OF 30-MINUTE SESSIONS: $285
THE FALL 2016 SEMESTER for MUSIC THERAPY CLIENTS is
SEPTEMBER 12, 2016 – JANUARY 21, 2017
(16 total weeks. No Sessions during PMAC’s February and April Breaks.)
NEW MUSIC THERAPY CLIENTS:
To determine if Music Therapy is good fit for you, please email
Virginia Macdonald at firstname.lastname@example.org. All new music
therapy clients will participate in a one-hour assessment session at
time of intake. The cost of the assessment is $100. After the
assessment, we’ll schedule your weekly sessions.
Music Therapy clients can start at anytime.
GROUP MUSIC THERAPY:
Groups provide many opportunities to work on social skills and broader
goals involving communication and listening to others. Sessions are
designed to help a group with similar needs meet their goals.
For more information about Group Music Therapy, email email@example.com.
“Music and laughter are celebrations of the joys and sorrows of life. My classes with Ginna are fun, deep, loud, and passionate – times two! I hear and feel myself laugh; I hear and feel the music: I’m healing. It’s more than learning to play the piano; it’s about connecting with music daily in a myriad of ways, and I find myself thinking about the enhancements PMAC has instilled into my life every single day. I’m profoundly grateful for the sense of belonging and confidence PMAC gives me. It’s a warm, friendly,
compassionate, safe, fun place, and I’m so glad
I challenged myself to become a student.”