Rehabilitation and Counseling

Music Therapy and Counseling

Our trained music therapists utilize the expressive power of music to assist clients in both individual and group settings. Interventions may include songwriting, music-making, lyric discussion, music and creative arts to assist participants gain personal insight, connect with others, and set goals for their journey through change, grief, and healing. MusicWorx provides services to a variety of populations and ages, such as groups for grief support, mental health, and more. Each program is specifically designed to fit the needs of the individual and group.

Neurologic music therapy

Neurological music therapy is the application of research-based clinical techniques for cognitive, sensorimotor, and speech and language training. Neurological music therapy techniques are based upon the scientific knowledge in music perception and production and their effects on the brain and behavior functions. Populations served by neurological music therapy services may include, but are not limited to: stroke, traumatic brain injury, Huntington’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, muscular dystrophy, and other neurological diseases. Therapeutic interventions address rehabilitation, development, and maintenance of functional behaviors.

Speech and Language Goals

Cognitive Goals

Sensorimotor Goals

Treatment Team Collaboration

Music therapists work collaboratively as an integral part of the treatment and rehabilitation team to improve functional behavior output throughout the rehabilitative and developmental processes. Team members often include speed and language pathologists, physical and/or occupational therapists, psychologists, staff members, in addition to the patient and their family.

Substance Abuse

Music therapy promotes and fosters a safe and non-invasive environment for people suffering from substance and chemical abuse and addiction. MusicWorx music therapists structure and implement these strategies through one-on-one, small and large group, treatment team collaboration, and family-centered therapy sessions.

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