Infinity Music Therapy
Infinity music therapy offers music services to children, adults and seniors with special needs. This interdisciplinary practice utilizes music as a therapeutic tool to help individuals achieve greater emotional and physical well-being.
Music therapy can be delivered in either group or individual sessions, depending on the needs of the client and treatment team. The therapist uses music to stimulate various brain functions related to movement, speech, cognitions, emotions and the senses.
Drum circles can help promote relaxation and reduce pain for those suffering from Parkinson’s disease or dementia as their rhythm stimulates memory-related areas of the brain. Additionally, it has proven beneficial for people who have Parkinson’s disease to improve their gait and reduce pain from walking more confidently.
Playing an instrument can be especially beneficial for individuals with autism, as it allows them to communicate verbally and nonverbally with others. Playing music not only boosts one’s self-esteem and confidence in abilities, but it also develops essential communication skills necessary in everyday life.
You should be an enthusiastic individual with a strong clinical background who shares your enthusiasm for music therapy. You will work with patients on various issues such as mental health disorders, developmental disabilities, neurological conditions and wellness needs.
Your duties will include providing individual and group music therapy sessions, writing treatment plans, maintaining accurate data, compiling clinical reports and helping with client scheduling. Furthermore, you may participate in treatment team meetings, organize marketing events and perform other administrative duties as needed.
We are seeking passionate music therapists who strive to enhance their clients’ lives and offer them a rewarding, healing experience. You will have the unique chance to gain invaluable professional experience as part of our talented clinical team.
Music therapy can be especially helpful to those suffering from physical ailments such as chronic pain, diabetes, cancer or cardiac issues. Not only does it improve their mood and concentration; but it also reduces stress and anxiety levels while offering them a creative outlet to express feelings and thoughts.
People experiencing crisis or trauma can benefit from music therapy as it helps them reduce pain, stress and anxiety levels. Furthermore, music therapy may boost confidence levels and give them a positive outlook for the future.
Are you thinking about becoming a music therapist? The Music Therapy Association of New England can provide more details about training and certification. Our mission is to ensure access to high-quality music therapy for children and adults with disabilities or mental health disorders across America.