Music is social and helps create meaningful connections between people.
Music is playful, engaging, and fun.
Music taps into our creative nature.
Music is easy to adapt and change in order to meet clients where they are.
Music therapy is highly personalized and develops over time as a relationship between a therapist, music, and client.
Music therapy honors and recognizes are whole range of needs, including the physical, cognitive, emotional, social and spiritual.
Imaging studies show that music spurs activity and fosters connections across brain regions involved in reward, emotion, sensation, movement, cognition, and language.
Music changes our emotional state by altering neurochemicals like dopamine, serotonin, and oxytocin.
Music cues rhythmic movements and help address issues with motor timing, coordination, and initiation.