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Rejoice Music Therapy provides personalized, thoughtful, and professional music therapy services to improve the lives of our clients and to educate the community, healthcare professionals, and caregivers on the benefits and applications of music therapy.  Contact Rejoice to schedule a service listed below or to suggest an addition to the list.  Let's connect!

  • group or individual sessions

  • community centers & day centers

  • skilled nursing, assisted living, & memory care

  • older adults/geriatrics

  • medical populations

  • end of life care

  • pediatrics

  • staff & caregiver respite

  • community events

  • speaking & educational presentations

  • always open to new ideas!

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Who Does Rejoice Serve?

Rejoice serves people.  That means individuals, groups, families, communities, caregivers, ageing people, people at the end of life, young people, people with medical diagnoses, people with social & cognitive needs, people who seek emotional or spiritual support, people who need an outlet, people with physical needs, & people who want to stay well.  Rejoice is available for public speaking & educational events for multi-disciplinary audiences.

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Group & Individual Sessions

Group music therapy sessions take place in skilled nursing, assisted living, & memory care communities, as well as community centers, churches, day centers, & hospitals. Guided by the overall needs of the group, sessions may focus on a variety of goals such as cognition, social skills, communication & verbal skills, emotional support & well-being, spiritual support, self-expression, physical needs, & much more. 

Individual sessions take place wherever the client calls home, whether it be a house, skilled care or assisted living community, or day center.  Sessions will be tailored to the individual's needs & preferences.  

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Potential Benefits of Music Therapy

Emotional: reduce signs & symptoms of depression & anxiety; facilitate emotional expression & processing; build self-esteem & confidence; improve mood

Physical: reduce perception of pain & offer pain management; support physical rehabilitation; improve motor skills

Social: build, reinforce, & strengthen social skills; reduce feelings of isolation; build community; support speech & language skills

Cognitive: continued support of speech & language skills; enhance memory; boost attention & concentration; promote learning & cognitive development and/or ability

Spiritual: provide spiritual connection & expression; facilitate reflection & introspection; create feelings of comfort & peace; foster sense of purpose; support processes of grief & mourning

Many outcomes fit across multiple domains, making them difficult to categorize.  Some examples include reduction of feelings & effects of stress, development of coping skills,  developing or maintaining communication skills, improving the overall quality of life, development of leisure skills, reduction of self-injurious or unsafe behaviors, boosting neurological development, & overall wellness.

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