Music therapy is the professional use of music and its elements as an intervention in medical, educational, and everyday environments with individuals, groups, families, or communities who seek to optimize their quality of life and improve their physical, social, communicative, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual health and wellbeing. Research, practice, education, and clinical training in music therapy are based on professional standards according to cultural, social, and political contexts” (World Federation of Music Therapy, 2011)

Research shows that music therapy interventions are an effective way to improve, increase, or maintain cognitive, socio-emotional, language, motor, and musical skills.

Music therapists are educated and trained to use assessments, evidence-based interventions, and evaluations of measurable outcomes in clinical practice.

At Haley Music Therapy we facilitate both one on one and group sessions for our clients based on individualized needs, abilities, and assessments.

The therapeutic relationship between therapist and client(s) is one of the strongest indicators of positive outcomes within music therapy sessions.

Our clients are partnered with a personal therapist chosen specifically for you and your needs. More information about our team can be found on the “About Haley Music Therapy” page.