Music Therapy

This evidence based profession uses music to build a therapeutic relationship in order to reach goals to improve, maintain or develop skills specific to each individual. A board-certified music therapist is someone who has completed a degree in music therapy including a 1,040 hour clinical internship and continues to meet all the requirements as outlined by the AMTA.

Rhythmic Innovation specializes in providing music therapy services for... 

Older Adults

  • Group music-making
  • Group drumming
  • Reminiscent groups
  • Musical legacy projects 
  • Music to improve quality of life

Special needs 

  • Develop social skills
  • Improve motor functioning
  • Develop verbal and non-verbal communication 
  • Improve emotional well-being


  • Wellness
  • Adaptive music lessions
  • Relaxation
  • Music legacy recording project