Music Therapy is a well-established, research-based profession in which music is used in support of therapeutic and educational goals. Music Therapy is used to improve cognitive, social, physical, psychological, or communication functioning. Review the resources below to address your particular need and to learn more about the American Music Therapy Association.

Public Speaking

Whether you are looking for a workshop for a support group or parent organization, or looking for a full day staff development workshop, our team of music therapists can come to you with an engaging, interactive workshop that will meet your specific needs. (Read more)

Printable Resources

Music Therapy Links

Grants for Music Therapy

  • Kate’s Voice – Incredible parent driven and run foundation that funds music therapy groups for classes in Massachusetts
  • Music Drives Us – Massachusetts foundation connected with Ernie Bock’s Auto Dealership which funds music and music therapy programming
  • Other Grant Opportunities

Other Links

  • EMARC, (formerly known as The Arc of East Middlesex) – A great resource for families. EMARC offers wonderful recreation programs, including Music Therapy Groups.
  • Ablevision – An award-winning television show produced in Malden, MA entirely created by individuals with disabilities which brings topics and issues to the public and educates the community about disabilities. Ablevision on YouTube
  • Bounce! – A great television program created by a music therapist for children with disabilities. Highly recommended! Available for purchase DVD and CD sets.
  • Boston Children’s Music – A local website the lets you know about children’s music performances in the area, including free concerts!
  • West Music – A great place to find music instruments and music books