Music therapy is the systematic use of music and music-based interventions within a therapeutic relationship to accomplish individualized goals.
Music therapy goals are non-musical (such as ‘to improve attention or ‘to improve social skills’) and may fall under the following domains: motor/physical, communication, social/emotional, cognitive/academic, and sensory.
Here are some examples of how music-based interventions are used in a group setting to address therapeutic goals with individuals with special needs:
We work with the following schools and organizations:
Wholesome Harmonies is a provider for the Gardiner scholarship and Wellcare/Staywell Medicaid, both of which cover our services at 100%. We take care of billing on behalf of our clients.