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 increase expressive language or ‘to improve gross motor 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 to address therapeutic goals with individuals with special needs:
We offer the following types of music therapy services:
Wholesome Harmonies accepts private pay clients and are providers for the Family Empowerment Scholarship from Step Up For Students and Sunshine Health Medicaid, both of which cover our services at 100%. We take care of billing on your behalf.