Music therapists work in a variety of settings.  These include hospitals, nursing facilities, schools, rehabilitation centers, and private practice.  In these areas, music therapists can provide the following services: consultations, education, medical, mental health, substance abuse recovery, and enrichment and wellness.

Every service a music therapist provides starts with the following essential components: intake interview, assessment, goal setting, and session planning.  Music therapy is a personalized experience that works holistically on the needs and wants of individual clients.  Depending on the client's needs, services are provided in individual or group settings. 


Music therapy assessments occur during intake interviews and allow music therapists to observe and interact with potential clients to find out what strengths and abilities the client has and any personal goals that clients wish to achieve through music therapy.  The assessments allow music therapists to specialize and design a plan of action to ensure each future music therapy session is meaningful and beneficial.  Music therapists use assessments to provide valuable input to IEPs and similar documents needed for those with special needs.

Individual and group Music Therapy

Music therapy can be beneficial in individual and group settings.  Clients' wants, needs, and goals will determine the best environment for them to receive music therapy services.  More importantly, these sessions are thoroughly thought out and planned to meet the needs of all persons.

Corporate Music Therapy

Music is a universal language that can facilitate positive team-building and community culture.  Music therapists develop strategic music interventions to guide participants in meeting their goals collectively.  Corporate sessions occur in virtual or in-person settings. 

Facility Based Music Therapy

Music therapy sessions occur in our Prattville clinic or can be provided on location to meet the organization's or individual's needs.  The music therapist provides instruments and materials to facilitate an excellent experience.


Music Reminiscence

Lyric Analysis of Songs

Passive Music Listening

Music and Imagery


Music for Relaxation

Music and Movement

Singing Familiar Songs

Rhythm Activities

Receptive Music Listening

Instrumental and Vocal Improvisation

Music to structure learning

Music Performance


 Adaptive music instruction focuses on individual learning in piano, guitar, ukulele, or general music.  Music therapists use creativity and their vast music knowledge to tailor lessons to the needs of students.