The Benefits of Music Therapy
Instrument playing, singing, song writing, lyric analysis and other musical experiences are used in the sessions to achieve established goals.
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The Goals of Music Therapy
Communication & Self-Expression
Engagement & Motivation
The Types of Music Therapy Sessions
A typical intake session lasts for approximately 45 minutes. The session observations and treatment recommendations are discussed with the caretaker/individual following the evaluation or through a written report, if requested.
The number of individual sessions recommended is based on many factors, including age, diagnosis, other current treatments and preferences of the patients. Typically, individuals are encouraged to commit to at least 10 to 12 sessions to make progress toward treatment goals.
Group sessions are scheduled in 10-session cycles throughout the year.
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