Music therapy can be a game changer for youth who are struggling with their mental health.
Therapy for KIDS AND TEENS
How Your CHILD BENEFITS:
HOW TO WORK WITH US
Your child will have a private & confidential safe space where they can express themselves and their emotions.
They will learn techniques for how to use music to cope with symptoms, stress, anxiety, and emotions.
Kids often experience relief from symptoms as music can increase dopamine and serotonin.
Kids can enjoy music and relaxation experiences that activate the parasympathetic nervous system and help them to relax and practice self care.
Music therapy can help your child to make faster progress toward their mental health goals.
Music therapy can be a game changer for kids and teens! We would love to be a part of your child's mental health care. Here are some of the diagnoses and concerns that we work with most frequently:
Self confidence & self esteem
Self harm and suicidal ideation
Loss & Grief
Benefits of music therapy include:
Private & confidential space where your child can express themselves and their emotions.
Your child will learn how to use music as coping skill to deal with how they are feeling, stress, anxiety, and emotions.
Kids feel relief from symptoms and feel better as a result of music therapy.
Your child will be better prepared to practice self care as they get older and become independent.
Meeting mental health and behavioral goals through creative activities and a healthy therapeutic relationship.
Music therapy sessions can include:
Music sharing and music listening
Learning music based coping skills
Singing and self expression
Talking about and relating to song lyrics
Playing instruments (such as piano, guitar, ukulele)
Creating musical autobiographies
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, currently all of our services are provided via telehealth. Music therapy is typically not covered by insurance. To learn more about obtaining no-cost music therapy services through YES Waiver funding, please contact us.
To set up music therapy services for your child, contact Esther Craven, MT-BC at or 469-991-5846, or fill out the contact form linked below.