Providing Music Therapy Since 2004

Resounding Joy a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that improves mental and physical health through evidence-based music therapy. As a nonprofit organization, we provide services for free or on a sliding scale, increasing accessibility for all people, regardless of ability to pay. We are funded primarily by donors, grants and foundations. Click here to donate.

Our trained music therapists provide services through four core programs: Sounds of Healing for children managing serious health issues; Sounds of Service for veterans, military, and first responders; Sounds of Legacy for seniors with dementia or other memory issues; and Sounds of Community for homeless and other at-risk populations.

We offer a continuum of music engagement at clinical facilities, client homes, our Music Wellness Center, community partner sites, and virtually.

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Join us for our first-ever Paddle with a Purpose fundraising event at the HUB Pickleball in Spring Valley. Ticket includes dinner, drinks, dessert and participation in a coach-led clinic and friendly tournament.


We focus on rehabilitation and transition for service members, veterans, first responders, and their families, including partnerships with dozens of related organizations.



We improve the well-being and quality of life of children who face significant health issues, through music therapy provided in-home, at schools, in hospitals and virtually.



We engage our senior community affected by dementia, Alzheimer’s or other memory issues through group sessions that enrich their mind, spirit, and quality of life.

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We partner with a wide range of community organizations to bring music therapy, wellness, and recreational music to underserved and at-risk populations.

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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