Music Therapy (0-5)
Music therapy presents a road for communication to those who find it difficult to express themselves in words with interventions to achieve individualized goals. It addresses the physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of an individual or a group through a diversity of exercises, such as listening to melodies, playing an instrument, drumming, writing songs, and guided imagery. Music therapy supports individuals with depression, anxiety and promotes mental and emotional health. Moreover, it improves the quality of life for children with physical health problems.
In this process, one or more family members work together to achieve relationship goals to improve family dynamics. The process is collaborative and client-directed, operating from a strengths-based outlook, communicating their shared values, expectations, and goals while assessing family alignment. Meanwhile, developing plans to attain the goals as well as holding members accountable.