Autumn Langston MT-BC
Music has always been a source of fun for me. I grew up singing in the gospel choir at my church. I didn’t realize it could be more until I started learning about music therapy. As I learned more, I realized that music can not only be fun, but also transformative as people use it to learn how to cope with the stress of life.
Now, I love connecting with the kids and teens I serve by learning from them about their own relationships with music. I see myself as someone who listens to them and helps to nurture and support their connection with their music. I believe in our client’s ability to access the coping skills they need to live a healthier life. I just want to create a safe space for them to develop that relationship with music and uncover what they need to thrive.
In my sessions, I like to encourage my clients to have fun exploring music, their thoughts, and their feelings. I bring a sense of humor to my sessions and prioritize creating an environment in which clients can feel free to express themselves authentically. In my sessions, I incorporate musical games, songwriting, singing and dancing to help clients find and strengthen their voice.
Types of Therapy:
Music therapy for teens
Music therapy for children
Virtual music therapy