Neurologic Music Therapy, Music Therapy, and Art Therapy
Working With Multiple Types of Communities and People
Who We Are
Music and art can uniquely meet us in life’s most complex and fragile moments. Music and art connects us, moves us, and has been proven to help restore us after a serious illness or injury. Neuro Music Therapy, LLC exists to educate, advocate, and provide evidenced-based music therapy, neurologic music therapy, and art therapy services to populations across South Florida. We believe in the power of music and want to prove its power to you!
What We Do
We are a team of board certified music therapists, neurologic music therapists, and art therapists who use our clinical skills to promote health and bring about change. We strive to be excellent, kind, professional, and informed on the latest music and art therapy research. We are trained to work with a variety of people in various settings. We work with individuals or groups and will involve families/caregivers when appropriate. We also provide customized music therapy services, art therapy services, workshops, and presentations to educational, healthcare, and corporate organizations.
What they've said about us
“In my experience, music therapy has been a tremendous adjunct when treating patients. I have experienced the greatest benefit with patients with neurologic injuries, specifically Parkinson's and stroke; working with music therapy helped to significantly improve gait mechanics and continuity.”Andrew Doscher, DPTHome Health Physical Therapist for Duke University
“Music therapy motivates my patients and pushes them to achieve more than their initial goal. For example, my patient recovering from a stroke was able to increase his standing balance tolerance for multiple minutes while the music therapist engaged him in active music making. This result could not occur without music therapy!”Anna Aberion, OTR/LTravel Occupational Therapist
“There's nothing quite like co-treating with a music therapist. Agitated patients begin to calm, families begin to feel at ease, and the staff begins to enjoy their work again on a stressful day.”Dr. Lauren Thomas, PsyDNeuropsychologist
“There have been moments after one neurologic music therapy session where we we've heard the patient's voice for the first time since their accident. It's amazing.”Keri-Anne DaCosta, M.S. CCC-SLPTravel Speech Pathologist
“Seeing our children wake up from their minimally conscious state during music therapy is one of the most incredible things I have ever witnessed.”Katie Stoneback, CTRSPediatric Recreational Therapist