Technology Requirements for Virtual and Online Services:
1:1 music therapy sessions in your home, at your site, or online
Through 1:1 music therapy, the following needs can be addressed:
Music therapy sessions may include:
AR Music Therapy serves individuals with, but not limited to:
Group music therapy sessions or enrichment programs in your home, at your site, or online.
Group sessions material will vary but may include:
Potential Benefits of Group Programs:
We partner with organizations to provide regular individual and group music sessions and music programs designed for your needs. We would love to collaborate with your organization!
Musical instruction in your home, at your site, or online:
AR Music Therapy believes in meeting every student where they are in the learning process, and together with the student, creating and reaching personalized musical goals. Lessons may include traditional and/or modified playing techniques such as:
Individualized or group music classes can be designed based on interests or for those who wish to explore or learn more about a specific kind of music, history, composition, recording, musical exploration, etc.
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Consultation, Presentations & Workshops at your site or online.
AR Music Therapy offers consulting for:
Are you interested in a workshop/presentation for a support group, parent organization or advisory council? Or maybe a staff development event, in-service or other educational opportunity?
Presentations and demonstrations can be given to a variety of audiences including healthcare organizations, parent groups, community organizations, educators, students interested in learning about the field of music therapy, wellness groups, and more. Contact us to discuss how we can help you or your organization learn more about music therapy.
What Is the Difference Between Music Therapy and Music Lessons/Classes?
In Music Therapy:
In Music Classes:
Individualized or group music classes can be designed based on interests or for those who wish to explore or learn more about a specific kind of music, history, composition, recording, or participate in recreational music-making.
Is 1:1 or Group Therapy Better for Me?
1:1 Music Therapy:
Group Music Therapy: