MusicWorx is celebrating our 30th anniversary this year and the 20th anniversary of the internship program. We’re rolling out many promotions and new programs this year, so we encourage you to stay tuned and sign up for updates!
MusicWorx clients are individuals, agencies, corporations, and organizations that contract music therapy and wellness services. MusicWorx patients are the recipients of music therapy services. When MusicWorx services health care clients—such as convalescent care centers, hospice, hospitals, and rehabilitation centers—the recipients of therapy typically are recovering from or learning to cope with disability, illness, or injury. When MusicWorx services wellness clients—such as spas and lifestyle programs—the recipients of therapy are in good general health but want to learn techniques to optimize and maintain their health. When MusicWorx services corporate clients, the recipients of our music wellness services are employees eager to develop and enhance leadership, communication and stress-management skills, and wellness.
We serve individuals of any age, from premature infants to 106-year-olds.
MusicWorx serves the youngest patients, even premature infants in neonatal intensive care units, with soothing and gentle treatments that stabilize vital signs and lower anxiety.
Children can benefit from a variety of music therapy and music wellness programs. Clients include hospital, programs for childhood development and/or special needs, and individuals seeking music therapy or music lessons.
MusicWorx serves adolescents in a wide spectrum of environment and with a diversity of treatment goals, from after-school programs to rehabilitation facilities.
MusicWorx adult clients receive music wellness services, corporate wellness services, and/or music therapy services, as appropriate to their needs.
Our music therapists work with older adults of many degrees of abilities, including healthy older adults seeking wellness, people with Parkinson’s and their Care Partners seeking support, and residents of nursing homes or retirement facilities.
End of Life
Music therapists co-treat in hospital and hospice settings, improving quality of life for patients and their families.