Music Therapy Private and Group Sessions
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Music therapy uses music and music activities (instrument playing, dancing and singing) to address non-musical, therapuetic goals. Interventions can be designed to:
express feelings, enhance memory, improve communication and promote physical rehabilitation in clients of any age.
Participants to not need to have any musical ability to benefit from this type of therapy. It is ideal for people who have difficulty socializing, doing things independently, and speaking to others in a way that makes them easily understood.
Music therapists assess emotional well-being, physical health, social functioning, communication abilities, and cognitive skills through musical responses. They design music sessions for individuals and groups based on client needs using music improvisation, receptive music listening, song writing, lyric discussion, music and imagery, music performance, and learning through music.
Meet Our Musical Therapist: Audra Munoz
Audra is a Board Certified Music Therapist who is passionate about providing individual attention to each client. She received her Bachelor's degree in Music Therapy from West Texas A&M University and graduated magna cum laude. She has extensive experience providing music therapy services in two school systems, a mental health hospital, a school for autism, early childhood music classes, hospice programs, and nursing/memory care facilities. Audra is dedicated to providing a continuum of care that adapts as the needs of her clients change. Audra also offers beginning or adaptive music lessons in guitar, piano, voice and French horn.
Individual Music Therapy Sessions: Highly individualized, focused therapy sessions built around a client's cognitive, social, motor and emotional needs.
Group Music Therapy Sessions: Group sessions with variable size depending on the clients' needs.
Adaptive Music Lessons: Instrument instruction designed to provide each individual with a wide range of music appreciation and abilities while building self esteem and confidence. Other non-musical goals such as cognition, motor and social skills are also addressed.
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