Music Therapy Services

"Music Therapy is an established health profession in which music is used within a therapeutic relationship to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of individuals." 

American Music Therapy Association

Music has been used as a means for connection, celebration, grieving, and expression from the earliest chapters of humanity. Music Therapy was officially born out of the post-WWII era, using music to treat WWII veterans experiencing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Our board-certified music therapists provides on-site sessions that are tailored to your clients' emotional, cognitive, social, and physical needs.  The music provides the vehicle for helping your clients in these areas. 

Hospice & Palliative Care

Music therapy in hospice and palliative care provides a space for patients to grieve, to express, and to connect. The transition to the end of life can be difficult for many.  Segue Expressive Therapies uses music as an emotional and spiritual support for patients processing their own death or the death of loved ones. Music therapy services are also available as a support to family during bereavement.  

Assisted Living & Memory Care

Music therapy in memory care gives your residents an opportunity for social connection, reminiscence, and cognitive stimulation. We integrate multiple methods of listening, singing, instrument playing, and movement into our group music therapy sessions. Our musical interventions are designed to help your residents maximize their cognitive and physical abilities through a joyful experience. 


Music therapy in nursing & rehabilitation provides opportunities for patients and residents of these facilities to engage in meaningful and healing interactions with other members of the community, facilitating a safe environment for healing. Providing resources for better mental health aids in the overall rehabilitation and wellbeing of patients requiring skilled nursing services. 

Disability services

Music therapy with individuals with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (IDD) can take on many forms, depending on the needs and strengths of the client. Music can be used to help the client understand and practice social cues, learn new skills, support self-esteem, and increase awareness of other people. This is just a handful of clinical goals possible with IDD clients in a music therapy session. 


Music therapy in early childhood has proven to be a valuable and effective approach in fostering holistic development among young children. Utilizing music as a therapeutic tool can have profound impacts on various domains, including cognitive, emotional, social, and motor skills. Through engaging in musical activities, children can enhance their language development, improve spatial-temporal skills, and strengthen memory retention. Moreover, music therapy provides a platform for emotional expression and regulation, helping children navigate and understand their feelings. In a social context, group musical activities promote collaboration, communication, and a sense of community among peers. Overall, integrating music therapy into early childhood education not only makes learning enjoyable but also nurtures a range of essential skills crucial for a child's overall well-being and future success.