Music Therapy

Becoming a Music Therapist

Becoming a music therapist is not as simple as majoring in music and minoring in psychology or vice-versa.

Therapeutic Music: Is This Your Calling?

Music used to facilitate healing is an aspect of many cultures and traditions. Since the 70's, therapeutic music, typically played at the bedside, has become a growing phenomenon embraced by many U.S. hospitals, hospices, skilled nursing facilities, birthing centers, and more.

Music Therapy: Making a Difference One Note at a Time

Music therapy is the use of music by a trained and qualified music therapist to achieve non-music goals. It is a recognized health profession in which music is used to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of clients as assessed by a degreed- and board-certified professional.