Music for Everyone
What is Music Therapy?
Our mission is to create lasting change in the lives of people of all abilities through music.
All of our programs are grounded in the philosophy that participating in music – expressing oneself through making sound – is both liberating and empowering, particularly for those who traditionally have had no voice in our society.
We offer a range of music-based programs for infants through end of life, for people of all abilities. Dancing, singing, song writing, listening, drumming, playing, strumming…there are so many ways to participate! Check out our variety of classes, workshops and individual sessions!
Music therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program.
Music Therapy Contract Services
Music Therapy at Your Location
We provide contract music therapy services for a range of facilities throughout the Reno/Sparks area. Music therapy supports your patients’ or clients’ physical and/or emotional well-being, and can reduce your overall costs.
Call 775-324-5521 to learn how music therapy can improve your services, or email Sarah Toney, Development Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our fall session is almost over, and our on-site classes and groups will be taking a break between December 19th and January 2nd. We wish everyone a happy and joyful holiday season! Here is our full list of programs and schedules
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Latest Blog Posts
One Story of Music Therapy in Hospice - Singing Him Home Written by Jodi McLaren I’d like to share a story from my own experience as a music therapy intern working with hospice patients. Each person in hospice care is different and has different needs throughout his...read more
We have all heard of racism, or sexism, but for some of us the idea of "ableism" is new. Ableism is discrimination against people with disabilities through a society that favors people with able bodies. This is not only evident in facilities lacking things like...read more