With recent changes due to COVID-19, our agency has made several changes to the way in which we work and provide services. Please contact us to discuss how we have modified our services to work within the new guidelines of COVID-19.
Below is a general overview of the different types of services offered at Life In Harmony.
Individual Music Therapy Sessions
Individual music therapy services are designed to target a specific functional skills, wellness & recovery needs, or acute/emergent needs, through the use of music. Within each session, client-preferred music is used in specific and purposeful ways to target these outcomes. All sessions are documented on an individual therapeutic treatment plan which identifies out purpose for the service/session. Individual sessions are conducted in-person or virtually.
Group Music Therapy Sessions
A great opportunity for increasing socialization, emotional expression, building healthy relationships & self-esteem within a small group of individuals with similar needs/abilities. Groups are created and designed with the abilities and interests of the group members in mind. Small group services typically range from 3 – 8 participants; however, a small group may be formed to meet the needs of siblings/family members. While small group services are typically held at our facility or a specific location (i.e. group home or agency), all groups are currently conducted virtually due to COVID-19.
Facility-Based Music Enrichment Programs
Facility-based music enrichment programs focus on building a partnership between LIH and a community-based organization. This service utilizes music-based programming to meet the unique needs of the partnering organization and the members it serves. Services are tailored to support the needs of each participant, and the agency’s vision and programming goals.
Workshops and In-Services
LIH offers workshops and in-services to organizations such as schools, hospitals, and childcare centers. This is a great way to maximize the use of music within your organization or to support team-building experiences through music. The music therapist will provide hands-on opportunities that are tailored to the specific needs or topics identified by your agency.
Please contact our agency for information about on-site program development, contracting, support groups, adaptive music instruction, or other related services you are seeking within the community. We would be happy to explore developing a service that meets your request or we will help connect you with any local agencies who may be of assistance.