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 Music Therapy 

SELF-ESTEEM.   POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS.   TEAMWORK.   COPING STRATEGIES.   LEADERSHIP.   
ACCEPTANCE.   CONNECTION.   SELF-CONFIDENCE.   PERSONAL GROWTH.   CREATIVE OUTLET.   
HAPPINESS & PEACE

We support the use of music as a therapeutic tool.  Music therapy is the clinical use of music to accomplish individualized goals such as reducing stress, improving mood and self-expression. It is an evidence-based therapy well-established in the health community. Music therapy experiences can include listening, singing, playing instruments, performing in a drum circle or composing music.  Music therapy is utilized in group settings to help students meet physical, emotional, social, and cognitive goals. Board certified music therapists can work in private groups, rehearsals, and in one-on-one sessions to help students and actors thrive and use music to discuss thoughts, feelings and ideas that the music elicits.

Capoeira Music Instruments

Freedom Fridays
Drum Circle

This music therapy based group experience for the adolescent community includes LIVE, interactive music making. Sessions can include a variety of musical experiences such as improvisation, songwriting, instrument exploration, and more.          

 

 

What: 45-min drum circle sessions

When: Fridays at a time TBA

             Sessions starting soon

             Runs for 4 weeks  

Cost:   $99 

Guitarist Writing Song

Serene Sundays
Songwriting

Songwriting is a therapeutic tool that can serve as a creative outlet for emotions that are difficult to express.  Come spend your Sunday evenings with us, and get ready for the week ahead.

 

What: 45-min songwriting sessions

When: Sundays at a time TBA

             Sessions starting soon

             Runs for 4 weeks  

Cost:   $99 

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Meet Julianna!

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Julianna is excited to partner with StageWorks Theatre Group, Inc. to provide music therapy based groups to the adolescent community. She graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Therapy from Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania, completed a clinical internship in Connecticut and later passed the board certification exam. Julianna established Unity Music Therapy LLC in 2018 and so enjoys her career as a board certified music therapist. It is a wonderful journey to experience working with all ages, individuals and groups, who have a range of various needs and abilities. Julianna especially enjoys building community by bringing people together and connecting through live music making.