At Mosaic, music therapy is the evidence-based practice of integrating mental health service with music to heal the lives of individuals, families, and communities. We combine musical elements such as song and rhythm with applied psychological theory within a therapeutic relationship.
Music Therapy sessions great are for adults, teens, children, families, and couples. A music therapy session lasts for 50 minutes, typically occurring weekly, biweekly, or monthly. We provide all necessary instruments, supplies, etc. Clients can seamlessly alternate from music therapy to more traditional forms of counseling if they would like to try something new without commitment.
At Mosaic, music therapy sessions are facilitated by a board certified music therapist, during which clients engage in a variety of musical elements to explore and accomplish personal and relational treatment goals. During an music therapy session, your therapist will guide you through your mental health goals using a variety of music making. The therapist and/or clients may use instruments, song writing, singing, or rhythm to foster this growth. Music Therapy can address a variety of presenting issues including all the previously mentioned issues for Counseling. No music experience or skill is required, just a willingness to try!
TELETHERAPY? In response to the COVID19 crisis, Mosaic is completely equipped to engage in teletherapy for any client upon request. This includes music therapy sessions via video call! Teletherapy is HIPAA compliant and simple. A confidential email will be sent to clients with a link to a video conference appointment. This can be accessed via desktop, laptop, tablet and even smartphone!
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