The ways in which music can be used in a therapeutic setting is diverse, which gives the therapist the ability to address any goal areas that our clients are focused on learning or improving.  We use music to habilitate, or teach, our clients new skills that can then be generalized, or transferred, outside of the therapy session.

Using music as the therapeutic medium can mean the difference between feeling like you’re in therapy, and having fun while achieving non-musical goals.

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