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Music Therapy


  • Emotional Expression and Regulation: Provide avenues for clients to express and manage their emotions through music, helping them develop effective coping strategies for stress and anxiety.

  • Social Skills Development: Enhance interpersonal communication and social interaction skills, encouraging positive interactions and teamwork through group music activities.

  • Cognitive and Academic Support: Support academic skills such as counting, reading, and memory through structured musical games, enhancing attention span and focus.

  • Self-Esteem and Confidence Building: Boost self-confidence and self-assurance through successful participation in musical activities, including opportunities for solo and group performances.

  • Motor Skills Improvement: Develop fine and gross motor skills through playing instruments and movement activities, improving hand-eye coordination and dexterity.- Use musical elements to reduce stress and improve quality of life.

Community Inclusion Center

Payment Options:

Out of Pocket

CWP or SED Waiver


Music therapy is the use of music and its elements such as sound, rhythm, and harmony to achieve certain goals like reducing stress or improving quality of life. A music therapist, a healthcare provider, designs each session specifically for the patient based on their needs, music preferences, and experiences. The therapy may involve singing, playing instruments, writing music, or simply listening to music and discussing its meaning. The number of sessions, their length, and activities depend on the individual's needs and goals. Music therapy can benefit people of all ages and backgrounds, and may improve various aspects of well being, including mental, emotional, physical, social, and cognitive.


Monday 10:00 AM 1:00 PM

Tuesday Closed Wednesday Closed

Thursday Closed

Friday Closed

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed

Sessions Available:

Individual & Group

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