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What do Music Therapists work on in a session?

Music Therapists at Foundation use music to help our clients work toward success in motor functions, attention skills, psychological and emotional needs, speech and language improvement, stress and pain management, and social skills - to name a few.

Each session is centered on the client's specific needs and data is taken over time so progress can be followed. Music Therapists often work in cooperation with other professional therapists such as Occupational, Physical, Speech and Behavioral Therapists. Music Therapy is a unique and highly motivating addition to a client's therapeutic strategy.

What is Music Therapy?

Good question! Music Therapy is the use of music as the motivating tool to help children, teens, and adults work toward non-musical, therapeutic goals and objectives.

Foundation Music School has seven Board Certified Music Therapists on staff, all who have Master's degrees from Colorado State and are trained in Neurologic Music Therapy, which is evidence-based, research driven music therapy that studies the effects of music on the brain.

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