Individual & Group Services

Private one-on-one sessions that address individualized goals such as expressive communication, behavior, sensory needs, etc. Group music therapy sessions are provided for groups of 4 or more participants that address goals such as social interactions, turn taking, attention, and quality of life.

Adaptive Music Lessons

Music lessons with a music therapist’s touch, and teaching methods adapted to meet your learning needs. Music services on guitar, piano, ukulele, and voice.

Memory Care

In a memory care setting, music can facilitate cognitive function, coordinate motor movements, improve oxygen saturation and breath support, lower blood pressure, shift mood, decrease depression, manage stress-induced agitation, stimulate positive interactions.

NICU & Medical Music Therapy

Research has shown that music therapy can reduce hospital stay, increase oxygen saturation, maintain vitals, increase weight gain in infants in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Megan is proudly a credentialed NICU-MT’s.

In-Service & Presentations

Services and presentations are provided for your agency, business, club, organization, parent group, or school. Topics covered include: basic information about music therapy, brief history of the field, who music therapists work with, and typical goals addressed.

Event Services

Let Heart Strings provide music services for your wedding ceremony, festival, dinner party, corporate event, or special day.


What is Music Therapy?

Music Therapy is an established health care profession which provides 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 (AMTA, 2005). Through the use of music based strategies and interventions, music therapists work with individuals of all ages and abilities to master non-musical goals. Music therapy can address needs within the cognitive, emotional, physical, spiritual, sensory, and social domains.

AMTA, 2005

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