Remote and in-person individual music therapy are both viable tools for growth through ChiME. Clients can meet virtually or on-site with a therapist 1:1 to work toward measurable goals in the areas of communication, cognition, behavioral/emotional skills, fine and gross motor, and many more.
Weekly music therapy sessions are typically 30 minutes or 45 minutes, depending on client age, abilities, and goals. Interventions are designed with each client in mind, and virtual sessions utilize materials and instruments available to the client at home. After 9 weeks of music therapy sessions, caregivers will be provided a Music Therapy Progress Report, detailing the data and measurable growth during sessions.
To schedule a consultation contact our Director of Music Therapy Programs, Alli Dunn at firstname.lastname@example.org, or click on the button below.
30-minute sessions are $65
45-minute sessions are $95
For children of all ages.
Sessions are scheduled based on mutual availability of client and ChiME therapist.
Learn more about Music Therapy...
Who is music therapy for?
Music Therapy is a wonderful option for children of all ages, with or without diagnosis.
Where do Therapy SESSIONS take place?
Individual sessions are available both remotely and at our West Town facility. Remote sessions occur on ChiME’s HIPAA-compliant platform, Microsoft Teams.
What Happens in music therapy?
Clients meet with their board-certified music therapist and engage in musical activities designed to target the client’s nonmusical goals. Each week, therapist and client work toward the client’s unique nonmusical goals in a setting of fun, active music-making, while creating a strong therapeutic relationship. At the end of the 9-week therapy block, caregivers will be provided a Music Therapy Progress Report, detailing the data and measurable growth during sessions.
what are the expectED results of music therapy?
Music therapy can target goals in a variety of growth areas, including but not limited to:
What do we need to participate?
No prior music or music therapy experience is needed. If sessions are remote, the therapist will utilize materials and instruments available to the clients at home. Clients need access to a device with camera, microphone, speaker, and internet.
How do we get started?
For new music therapy clients, ChiME provides a free consultation, either in-person or virtual over Microsoft Teams.
Caregivers will also be asked to fill out a Music Therapy Client Profile for their child. Reach out to email@example.com to schedule your free consultation now!