In music therapy groups, clients engage in musical activities such as creating, listening, or even writing music to promote goals such as teamwork, group cohesion, and self-expression. In this setting, the focus is on the group as a whole and what everyone can achieve together.CONTACT
Individual sessions focus on the person’s individual needs. Clients participate in experiences such as learning an instrument, songwriting or sharing meaningful music as a way to approach their goals.CONTACT
Playing and listening to meaningful music and sharing its connection and personal meaning
Using recorded or live music to facilitate an autogenic or progressive muscle relaxation or imagery experience
Most people would say that music is an important part of their life. Not only is it enjoyable, but it also provides a safe space for communication and expression. Music therapy can give you the opportunity to grow and improve your well-being with music.