Our Board-Certified Music Therapists use research and experience to tailor exercises to your and your child’s non-musical goals.
Music Therapy is a fun, effective way to improve functional life skills through music making. It is an allied healthcare practice that can serve as an excellent complement to speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and psychotherapy to reach goals faster. It’s also a fantastic stand-alone therapy modality for people who haven’t seen any progress in other standard types of therapy.
Our Board-Certified Music Therapists help clients to address functional goals that include:
- Managing behavioral issues
- Improving attention and focus
- Improving speech and communication
- Developing cognitive skills
- Enhancing social skills
- Building healthy coping strategies
So i Heard Music’s Music Therapists work with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, psychiatric and behavioral disorders, developmental disabilities, and more. Music Therapy can also function as a creative outlet and coping mechanism for people without any specific diagnosis.