Services Offered

Virtually, at your home or residence, or at BMT’s clinic in Berwick.

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Individual Music Therapy

All ages & abilities can succeed in music therapy!

  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Dementia 
  • Stroke
  • Anxiety/depression
  • Mental health
  • Autism
  • Hospice
  • Pain management
  • Respiratory support
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Early Intervention

Group Music Therapy

Bloomsburg Music Therapy comes to you!

  • Music Therapy for People with Dementia
  • Small groups for early childhood development
  • Parkinson’s therapeutic singing group
  • Drug & alcohol group music therapy for in-patient, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment
  • Inpatient psychiatric

Presentations

Team building, support groups, special events

  • Hands-on music experiences
  • Take-home tips for using music to improve health and wellness
  • Staff development activities

Virtual services available:

  • Group and individual music therapy sessions via HIPAA-compliant platform
  • Program development and music & memory consultation for Skilled Nursing Facilities, Long Term Care, and Retirement Communities.
  • Music and health reserach consultation
  • Singercise – a research-based therapeutic singing program for people with Parkinson’s disease and their carepartners

What is Music Therapy?

“Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program.”   – American Music Therapy Association 

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My wife was in the late intermediate stage of Alzheimer’s dementia earlier this year, cared for at home by me (her husband) with help from other caregivers.  She was restless, bored, could no longer read or follow a television program.  Alysha came weekly to sing with her, get her to shake a rattle and dance a little, and generally have best smiles.  She developed playlists so we could get her through the difficult times of wakeup, bath, and bed. She is now in Memory Care and I hope to restart music therapy when COVID numbers go down.

Michael

Thanks for the way you interact with Mary! You are clearly attuned to who she is and her needs. It is a joy to see how she responds to the music.

Dan