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...
Musical legacy projects
Music to improve quality of life
Develop social skills
Improve motor functioning
Develop verbal and non-verbal communication
Improve visual tracking
Adaptive music lessions
Music legacy recording project