"Life seems to go on without effort when I am filled with music." - George Eliot
There are so many ways to fill your life with music! With all our providers as trained Music Therapists, we know the power and benefit music can have. We are trained to use music with intention, and we can help you do the same!
Sprouting Melodies® is an award-winning early childhood music program. It is the only early childhood music program created by music therapists and offered through Board Certified Music Therapists who complete the Raising Harmony™ early childhood training. Sprouting Melodies® offers a distinctly different, development-based approach to music classes designed to move infants, toddlers and preschoolers forward as they grow. Come see how kids who boom, bloom!
This program was developed by Meredith Pizzi, MT-BC and Elizabeth Schwartz, MT-BC. You can learn more at sproutingmelodies.com.
Our perinatal providers are also Board Certified Music Therapists, trained to use Music Therapy techniques specifically for pregnancy, labor and birth. Our providers are In Tune with you and your family to help relieve fear, anxiety, stress, and to help increase confidence, a sense of calm, and connection to yourself, your baby, and your partner.
Between all of our providers, we offer lessons for the following:
- Music Theory
Each lesson is an individual experience, tailored to your specific interests and skill level.
What is Music Therapy, you ask? In a nut shell, it is amazing.
To be more specific, the American Music Therapy Association defines Music Therapy as: "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 is an established health profession in which music is used within a therapeutic relationship to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of individuals."
In other words, an MT-BC (Music Therapist-Board Certified) uses the therapeutic relationship with their client(s) and music to achieve non-musical goals.