We offer a tween and teen program that tailors resources within the program to the individual’s needs that address mental health affected by social isolation, family, peer dynamics, depression, and anxiety through music, writing, and art. Each student receives a 1-hour one on one consultation and an individual development plan plus:
What is Music Therapy and How Can It Help?
The term “Music Therapy” can be broad; however, this narrative should give more specific information about this form of music instruction and how it can help everyone. Music therapy is the use of music, in a clinical way, to improve a person’s overall quality of life. Much like other forms of therapy, music therapy is a tool one can use for a variety of reasons: PTSD, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, and addiction. It is also a method we have applied to work with students that require additional cognitive and developmental tools such as autism and spectrum disorders, gross and fine motor skill therapy, stroke and brain injury and much more.
Little ones learn best in an environment that gives them full sensory experiences. In this group class, children will become immersed in a little bit of everything musical, from steady beat, basic rhythmic and tonal patterns to an introduction to piano, ukulele, and singing, to music history and basic theory, world music, pop music and more. This is a drop off class.
Music, Math, and Science are all inter-related. By experimenting with instruments, theory and sound, students can learn hands on how math and science are intertwined with the musical process. This class is a drop off class and appropriate for 4 and 5 year olds.
This is an ongoing program with open enrollment. We will need 15 days notice to stop payments for upcoming monthly classes.