Music Therapy Services

From assessments to private group and individual therapy sessions, we can meet your needs.

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Music Therapy Impact Fund

The Music Therapy Impact Fund is a fund with The North Valley Community Foundation that implements  music therapy programs and provides individual music therapy services.

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The Book

Developed and written by a board certified music therapist, The Music Initiative: Children with Special Needs, is a resource for parents on how to engage and interact with there children through musical activities and games.

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Haley Music Therapy

In music therapy sessions, therapists use songs, rhythm, improvisation, and musical exploration to support individuals in reaching their goals, both musical (learning an instrument, singing, percussion) and non-musical (communication, socio-emotional, motor, and cognitive skills).

Haley Music Therapy provides private and group music therapy sessions for individuals of ages.

The therapist works with the client to determine personal goals and objectives. These goals are reviewed every 12 weeks and progress reports are provided.

Music therapy is “[the] clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program” (American Music Therapy Association, 2005).

Erin Haley is a board-certified music therapist. She received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology, with a minor in Music from California State University, Chico. This was followed by a Masters degree in Music Therapy from University of the Pacific, in Stockton, California. She completed training in Neurologic Music Therapy in Fort Collins, Colorado. Prior to college, she earned a Musical Theatre Conservatory certificate of completion from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, in New York City.