Rylie received her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Therapy from Loyola University New Orleans in New Orleans, LA. Afterwards, she completed her clinical internship at Expressive Therapies Utah, an expressive therapies practice in Salt Lake City, UT. During internship, her clinical work was dispersed between a wide variety of populations, including adolescents and adults with mental health needs and/or substance use disorders, adults with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, patients in hospice care, medically fragile children and adults, oncology patients, and clients with special needs.
At Roman Music Therapy, Rylie continues to work with a diverse case load of individuals and groups. Her clients include those with intellectual and developmental disabilities, middle and high school students with contracted IEP services, early childhood centers, clients with dementia, TBI/stroke survivors and adults with mental health needs.
As a Nashville, Tennessee native, Rylie loves all things music: writing music, playing music, listening to music and most of all, sharing and experiencing music with others.