If you checked out our New Year post last week, you know we’ve got plans. BIG plans.
One of our goals is to expand our Music Therapy program, and find new settings and new ways of bringing Music Therapy to clients in the community. We’ve got three board-certified Music Therapists on staff here at Metro Music Makers (Sara R. Guinn, M.M.Ed, MT-BC (that’s me!), Sarah Seo, MT-BC, and our President, Allison J. Boyd, MT-BC) and we are proud to offer this type of in-home treatment intervention.
January is Music Therapy Advocacy Month, and we’re kicking it off with a look back at some of our previous articles about Music Therapy.
- MUSIC THERAPY AND ADAPTIVE LESSONS: A look at what Music Therapy is and the difference between Music Therapy and adaptive lessons (both of which we offer at Metro Music Makers!)
- HOW MUSIC THERAPISTS USE MUSIC: Addresses some of the ways that Music Therapists use music to address treatment goals.
- MUSIC THERAPY AS A PROFESSION (Video Post): A piano student interviews Sarah Seo, MT-BC, one of our staff Music Therapists, about choosing Music Therapy as a career path.
Stay tuned to our blog this month to learn more. Have specific questions about Music Therapy or Music Therapy topics you’d like to see us blog about? Tweet them to us at @metromusicmaker, and you could see your questions or ideas right here!