Music Therapy With Houseless Individuals

Homelessness is not simply a state of having no home. Somerville (1992) describes homelessness as being multidimensional – impacting one’s psychological, emotional, physical, and spiritual wellbeing. Unhoused individuals often suffer from chronic stress, mental health problems, and substance use disorder.

The “Music is Good” Glossary

Although I have expressed myself through the arts for years (both as a performer and an enthusiastic audience member), music therapy introduced me to an entirely new use of creative aptitude that I had not witnessed before.  Admittedly, I still didn’t really understand the nuances of music therapy even as I began my formal undergraduate education as a music therapy major.

Local Staff Featured in SD Voyager

Resounding Joy's Director of Engagement, Jess Blaisus, who also supports our MusicWorx team with IT and marketing, was recently featured in SDVoyager's "Hidden Gems: Local

AudAbility: Summer Sessions

By Cassandra Richtsmeier, MusicWorx Staff Music Therapist Summer Sessions are Here!  CONTINUING: AudAbility Voice WE’RE BACK: Beginner Harmonica NEW: Explore AudAbility Week 1 = Stretch

Songwriting for Cancer Patients

By Al Neale, MusicWorx Intern During my recent music therapy experiences in medical settings, I have been working with many cancer patients, which has exposed

Karaoke as a Tool in Music Therapy!?

By Anne Delleman, MusicWorx Intern When I first started my music therapy internship, I was surprised to see recorded music being used as a tool


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