Group Music Therapy
Group Music Therapy sessions are typically 30-60 minutes and in most cases, Lake Erie Music Therapy will provide all materials and equipment. Small groups (3-6 participants) typically consist of members who have common goals and are of similar functioning level. Group therapy sessions are less intensive and generally billed at a lower cost per individual.
Large groups (7+ individuals) are typically focused on participation and may have one or two general foci or themes.
Music Therapy session can be conducted in various settings, including in-home, hospitals, residential facilities, out-patient clinics, and schools.
Co-treatment is a session in which the music therapist collaborates with a Speech Language Pathologist, Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Behavior Analyst, or other health professional. These sessions can be scheduled as needed and are typically between 15-60 minutes.
In most cases, Lake Erie Music Therapy will provide all materials and equipment. Music Therapy session can be conducted in various settings, including in-home, hospitals, residential facilities, out-patient clinics, and schools.
Adapted Music Lessons
Adapted music lessons are typically 30-60 minutes. Individual lessons are custom tailored for those living with developmental, behavioral, or physical challenges.
Music therapists are trained to understand a wide variety of disabilities and medical conditions. Lessons are adapted to the individual’s learning style, functioning level, strengths and needs.
- Hand Percussion
- Music Theory