WHAT IS MUSIC THERAPY?
Music Therapy is an established allied health profession using music and music activities to address physical, psychological, cognitive, and social needs of individuals with disabilities. Client populations served through music therapy include:
Mental Health Needs
Substance Abuse Problems
QUALIFIED MUSIC THERAPISTS
Music therapists are college graduates that have earned a minimum of a bachelors degree from an approved music therapy degree program. They have also passed the national certification examination and have Music Therapist-Board Certified (MT-BC) credentials.
MACCL Chief Music Therapist
Lorinda Jones, MA, MT-BC, holds a degree in music education, counseling, and a music therapy certification from her equivalency work at Tennessee Technological University and internship at Evansville State Hospital. After 13 years of teaching music in the public schools, Lorinda completed her music therapy training and began contract services in Hardin and surrounding counties. She is an active member of the state, regional, and national conferences. Lorinda also remains active specializing in American and Celtic traditional music, with numerous books and CD’s to her credit.
Please call 270-234-0007 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like one of our board-certified music therapists to provide a consultation and intervention.