Related Web Sites

The American Music Therapy Association, AMTA, is our national organization. Their website has useful definitions, explanations of the work music therapists do with various populations, a frequently asked questions page, and other interesting information.

The Certification Board for Music Therapists is the national organization which certifes music therapists. Since 1986, it has been fully accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA).

The following articles discuss the use of music therapy specifically for children who have autism.

From The Center for the Study of Autism in Portland, Oregon.

From the National Autistic Society.

From The American Music Therapy Association.

I provide both group and individual music therapy sessions at the Ann Arbor School for the Performing Arts. The School for the Performing Arts is a Community based school which strives to inspire the “artist” in all people regardless of age, ability, ethnic origin, or ability to pay.

The University of Michigan Center for Language and Literacy provides services for adults who have aphasia. They also have programs for children, such as the Friendship Club for children who have autism, and various summer enrichment programs for school-age children.

The University of Michigan Geriatric Center provides a variety of medical and community services and resources for older adults.

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