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  • As a related service on a student's IEP

  • Provided as a group service to classrooms

  • Consultation to special education teachers, intervention specialists, and music educators



  • At adult day service centers

  • At group homes 

  • Provided to engage with the community through performances


  • At inpatient facilities treating mental health and addiction

  • With palliative & hospice patients and their families

  • Provided in the home for those who are medically fragile or immunocompromised 



  • In residential care, assisted living, and long-term care facilities

  • To support those with memory loss

  • In skilled care and rehabilitation 

“Prior to working with Music Therapy Enrichment Center, Inc., music therapy was just another basic circle time. The children were not excited (just the opposite) and IEP goals were not met. Since working with MTEC and our therapist, our children are so excited to see her, goals are being met (sometimes better than what we can do in the classroom), and true music therapy is taking place. We have all truly loved working with our therapist and MTEC.”

“Our therapist brings a depth of knowledge and expertise in her work as the music therapist in our Autism Preschool Programs. She has provided valuable in-service to our program staff as a full autism preschool team member. Our therapist continually provides children the connection of music as a catalyst for children to use and increase expressive language, self-awareness and social interaction. The clarity in goals and objectives for each child’s direct therapy couple with excellent data has been a major factor in school districts approving music therapy weekly for each child in the Autism Preschool Programs.”

“My son has responded very positively to music therapy. He receives music therapy at school. Although he has difficulties with behavior, he is usually very happy and compliant during music therapy. Through music therapy, my son has increased his expressive language, turn-taking skills, interactions with the therapist, ability to wait and ability to attend for longer periods of time.”

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