· Do you ever “catch yourself” tapping your foot to music?
· Do you have more endurance when exercising to music?
· Did you learn your alphabet with the ABC Song?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above, you have personally experienced the amazing impact music has on our brains, both consciously and subconsciously. Neuroscience research shows that music changes the way our brains function. This has astounding implications for using music as a therapeutic tool to address developmental or rehabilitative goals for people of all ages challenged with neurological or developmental disabilities. Not only is Music Therapy effective, fun and success-oriented, it saves you time and money by addressing motor, communication, cognitive and social goals within one multi-sensory setting.
Individual setting with documented treatment plans using standardized and research-based Sensorimotor and Neurologic Music Therapy techniques to address developmental or rehabilitative goals within the motor, cognitive, social and speech/language domains. Ideal for:
Rate: $55/30-minute sessions; $80/45-minute sessions
Small group settings (3-6 per group) addressing goals/objectives centered around the motor, cognitive and speech/language domains with an emphasis on social skills. Ideal for:
Rate: $35 per group member /45-minute sessions; $25 per group member/30-minutes
Rhythm & Rehab also provides contractual group NMT services for community organizations throughout the Triangle including public and private schools as well as assisted living facilities. Clients range in age between 3-100+!
Rate: $80/45-minute sessions; $55/30 minute sessions; travel fees may apply.
Berger, Dorita S. (2015) Eurhythmics for Autism and Other Neurophysiologic Diagnoses: A Sensorimotor Music-Based Treatment Approach
Berger, Dorita S. (2002) Music Therapy, Sensory Integration and the Autistic Child.
Berger, Dorita S. (1999) Toward the Zen of Performance: Music Improvisation Therapy for Developing Self-Confidence in the Performer.
Berger, Dorita S. & Daniel J. Schneck (2006) THE MUSIC EFFECT: Music Physiology and Clinical Applications.
Schneck, Daniel J. (2015) Basic Anatomy and Physiology for the Music Therapist.
Thaut, MH (2005). Rhythm, Music, and the Brain: Scientific Foundations and Clinical Applications.
For more information on music therapy: www.musictherapy.org
For more information on NMT: www.colostate.edu/depts/cbrm; www.rehabpub.com/features/112001/2.asp
For more information on board-certification: www.cbmt.org
Rhythm and Rehab, LLC / 3514 University Drive, Durham, NC 27707 / (919) 961-2605 / email@example.com