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What is the Profession of Music Therapy?
The American Music Therapy Association defines Music Therapy as, “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 (degree) program.”
What is Music Therapy Used For?
Music therapy is used to:
- promoting wellness
- managing stress
- alleviating pain
- expressing feelings
- enhancing memory
- improving communication
- promoting physical rehabilitation
What EXACTLY is ATLANTA Music Therapy?
The goal of Atlanta Music Therapy is to help children prepare for adulthood through educational, life skills and social/recreational activities that foster appropriate behaviors, independence and increased self-esteem. The music therapy program focuses on social and life skills, while offering opportunities to enjoy a sense of community through interactive games and song-music making. The child is initially evaluated and with the input of family a personalized program is created. The program’s focus can encompass the following: life skills, social skills, academic support, behavior support, etc. Group and individual sessions are available.