Providing Music Therapy Since 2004

Resounding Joy was established as a nonprofit organization in 2004 to make music therapy more accessible to individuals, groups and facilities that lacked funding for services. Our mission is to bring the healing power of music therapy to as many people as possible for free, reduced cost or through cost sharing. Whether our client is an individual who needs one-on-one contact, a group experiencing music therapy together, or an organization using music therapy as corporate wellness, our music therapists will provide the appropriate supportive music program to meet their needs. Our four core programs offer a continuum of music engagement from clinic to community, with board-certified music therapists providing services at clinical facilities, schools, hospitals, social service organizations, community parks and public spaces, private homes and in our Music Wellness Centers. Click on the music therapy program below that works best for you and your family.

SOUNDS OF SERVICE

Music programs focused on rehabilitation and transition for service members, veterans, first responders, and their families, including work with dozens of organizations.

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SOUNDS OF HEALING

We improve the well-being and quality of life of children who face significant health issues. This program incredibly impacts these kids through in-home and virtual music therapy services.

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SOUNDS OF LEGACY

Music therapists empower and engage our senior community affected by dementia or Alzheimer’s through sessions that enrich their mind, spirit, and overall quality of life.

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SOUNDS OF COMMUNITY

We amplify community welfare and resilience by partnering with local agencies to share music therapy, wellness, and opportunities for recreational music.

What is Music Therapy?

Music therapy can address various health and educational objectives, including promoting overall wellness, reducing anxiety and stress, relieving pain, expressing emotions, enhancing memory, improving communication, and supporting physical rehabilitation. Music therapy can improve the quality of life for people with physical or mental health issues.

Resounding Joy’s certified music therapists have completed a specialized undergraduate degree program, a 1,200-hour internship, and a national test administered by the Certification Board of Music Therapists. Their training encompasses biology, psychology, neurology, music theory, medicine, and proficiency in voice, guitar, piano, and percussion. If you or someone you love would benefit from an individual or group music therapy session, please reach out to us today.

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