WHO BENEFITS FROM MUSIC THERAPY?    


Many people can benefit from music therapy including those with Apraxia of Speech, Alzheimers Disease, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Intellectual & Developmental Differences, neurologic disorders, stroke, terminal illness, and more. Clients do not need prior musical training to benefit from music therapy!


wHAT IS A MUSIC THERAPY SESSION LIKE?    


Music therapy sessions may consist of live or recorded music, singing, or the use of instruments to achieve non-musical goals. Ranging in duration and intensity, individual experiences in sessions are highly adaptive and differ from client to client. Learn more about this process or watch intervention examples by our own therapsts!


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CAN MUSIC THERAPY ADDRESS THE NEEDS OF MYSELF OR A LOVED ONE?    


Music therapy can address a variety of needs including those is the areas of cognition, emotional well-being, communication, socialization, physical movement, sensory stimulation and quality of life. Learn more about music therapy goals.​


how much do sessions cost?    


Individual sessions vary based on the client’s needs & location; $50-90. Group sessions very by size and goals. 

where do sessions take place?


Our therapists travel to your home or facility for individual or group sessions, or sessions can take place virtually. We may be able to accommodate individual clients who are unable to have sessions in their own home on a case-by-case basis. Please contact for more information.


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DO YOU ACCEPT INSURANCE?   


We accept:

  • Medicaid/Sunshine Health
  • Gardiner/FES Scholarship
  • Inclusion Solutions through the Down Syndrome Association of Jacksonville
  • CDC+
  • Private Pay

Contact us to ask about your coverages or discuss other options.


HOW ARE GOALS ADDRESSED?   


Using individualized treatment plans and evidence-based interventions, board certified music therapists can help clients achieve their goals. Learn more about goals and the music therapy process.