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Approved as a clinical training site by the American Music Therapy Association, The Music Settlement and our program leaders serve as a resource for therapists and educators across the country. 

Music Therapy - Group Sessions @ Solon (2017-2018)

Where: Off-Campus
An assessment for clients new to The Music Settlement is required prior to registration. Call (216) 421-5806 xt. 246 for more information. Multi-sensory musical, movement or ensemble sessions are tailored to the ages or abilities of group members. Sessions are fun, engaging and structured to give participants opportunities to learn and practice social and communication skills. No previous music therapy experience is required. For younger children or individuals with limited language, objectives may include developing responses such as remaining with the group, increasing attention to peers, sharing and/or turn-taking. Older clients may address skills such as group decision-making, problem solving, negotiation and on-topic conversation. Parents with small children may enjoy creative quality time with their young child while addressing important social, speech and language, motor, play and/or cognitive developmental goals! Parents, caregivers or nannies participate as active partners and may receive coaching in music experiences for home use.

ARTS N PLAY Music Therapy Group - 2 day (2017-2018)

Where: University Circle
ARTS N PLAY, co-led by an Early Childhood teacher and a Board Certified Music Therapist, of­fers twice weekly group play experiences designed to provide developmen­tally appropriate opportunities to strengthen behavioral, social and communication skills. The curricu­lum is also designed to develop and support concepts in a classroom setting. The program's unique music therapy component rein­forces the curriculum and skills through prescriptively designed music therapy interventions. Criteria for acceptance include identification of a special need, provision of an IEP or professional evaluation(s), and completion of an initial assessment with our staff. Admission takes place throughout the year. Children with special needs will have opportunities to bridge with peers who are typically develop­ing. Returning students can regis­ter online. Financial aid available to qualified applicants. For more information, call (216) 421-5806 xt. 246.

Music Therapy - Group Sessions @ TMS (2017-2018)

Where: University Circle
An assessment for clients new to The Music Settlement is required prior to registration; call (216) 421-5806 xt. 246 for more information. Multi-sensory musical, movement or ensemble sessions are tailored to the ages or abilities of group members. Sessions are fun, engaging and structured to give participants opportunities to learn and practice social and communication skills. No previous music therapy experience is required. For younger children or individuals with limited language, objectives may include developing responses such as remaining with the group, increasing attention to peers, sharing and/or turn-taking. Older clients may address skills such as group decision-making, problem solving, negotiation and on-topic conversation. Parents with small children may enjoy creative quality time with their young child while addressing important social, speech and language, motor, play and/or cognitive developmental goals! Parents, caregivers or nannies participate as active partners and may receive coaching in music experiences for home use. Clients who were registered in the spring of 2017 or who are currently registered for group sessions can register for this course.

Music Therapy Friends in Harmony - OC 2018-2019

Where: Ohio City
People of all ages need social skills to get along with others and manage feelings and behavior, whether at home, in school, or in the community. Fun and helpful Friends in Harmony music therapy groups allow children and teens with disabilities the chance to practice these important social, emotional, and behavioral skills while making music together. Quarterly Friends in Harmony groups are led by a Board-Certified Music Therapist and include singing, song-writing, playing instruments, listening, moving, and more. Center staff will make the final decision about joining a group and placement.

Music Therapy Friends in Harmony - UC 2018-2019

Where: University Circle
People of all ages need social skills to get along with others and manage feelings and behavior, whether at home, in school, or in the community. Fun and helpful Friends in Harmony music therapy groups allow children and teens with disabilities the chance to practice these important social, emotional, and behavioral skills while making music together. Quarterly Friends in Harmony groups are led by a Board-Certified Music Therapist and include singing, song-writing, playing instruments, listening, moving, and more. Center staff will make the final decision about joining a group and placement.

Music Therapy Group Sessions - OC/UC 2018-2019

Where: University Circle, Ohio City
Multi-sensory musical, movement or ensemble sessions use what each person likes, things they are good at, and things they need help with to make a program that matches their goals. Fun and engaging sessions give people a chance to learn and practice social, music and life skills. No previous music therapy experience is needed. For young children or those with less language, goals may include improving skills like remaining with the group, paying attention to others, sharing or turn-taking. Older people may focus on skills like group decision-making, problem solving, cooperation and on-topic conversation. Parents of small children may enjoy creative quality time with their young child while working on important social, speech and language, motor, play or cognitive developmental goals! Parents, caregivers or nannies take part as active partners and may receive coaching in music activities for home use. Anyone new to The Music Settlement needs an assessment before signing up. Tuition assistance and scholarships available to qualified applicants. Call (216) 421-5806, ext. 246 for more information. Clients who were registered in the spring of 2018 or who are currently registered for group sessions can register for this course. Just add this course to your cart to complete the registration. Tuition (36 weeks): 45-minute group session $1,360.80 // 60-minute group session $1,814.40.

Music Therapy Group Sessions - OC/UC 2018-2019

Where: University Circle, Ohio City
Multi-sensory musical, movement or ensemble sessions use what each person likes, things they are good at, and things they need help with to make a program that matches their goals. Fun and engaging sessions give people a chance to learn and practice social, music and life skills. No previous music therapy experience is needed. For young children or those with less language, goals may include improving skills like remaining with the group, paying attention to others, sharing or turn-taking. Older people may focus on skills like group decision-making, problem solving, cooperation and on-topic conversation. Parents of small children may enjoy creative quality time with their young child while working on important social, speech and language, motor, play or cognitive developmental goals! Parents, caregivers or nannies take part as active partners and may receive coaching in music activities for home use. Anyone new to The Music Settlement needs an assessment before signing up. Tuition assistance and scholarships available to qualified applicants. Call (216) 421-5806, ext. 246 for more information. Clients who were registered in the spring of 2018 or who are currently registered for group sessions can register for this course. Just add this course to your cart to complete the registration. Tuition (36 weeks): 45-minute group session $1,360.80 // 60-minute group session $1,814.40.

Music Therapy Group Sessions - Off-campus 2018-2019

Where: Off-Campus
Multi-sensory musical, movement or ensemble sessions use what each person likes, things they are good at, and things they need help with to make a program that matches their goals. Fun and engaging sessions give people a chance to learn and practice social, music and life skills. No previous music therapy experience is needed. For young children or those with less language, goals may include improving skills like remaining with the group, paying attention to others, sharing or turn-taking. Older people may focus on skills like group decision-making, problem solving, cooperation and on-topic conversation. Parents of small children may enjoy creative quality time with their young child while working on important social, speech and language, motor, play or cognitive developmental goals! Parents, caregivers or nannies take part as active partners and may receive coaching in music activities for home use. Anyone new to The Music Settlement needs an assessment before signing up. Tuition assistance and scholarships available to qualified applicants. Call (216)421-5806 ext. 246 for more information. Clients who were registered in the spring of 2018 or who are currently registered for group sessions can register for this course. Just add this course to your cart to complete the registration. Tuition (36 weeks): 45-minute group session $1,625.40 // 60-minute group session $2,167.20

Music Therapy Musical Revue - UC 2018-2019

Where: University Circle
Teens and adults with disabilities who want to be with others can practice and learn new social skills while sharing and making music together. The program includes singing, dancing, musical games, and warm-ups. Also, the participants are taught music vocabulary, drama skills, and how to be on stage. Group members learn to talk with others, stay with the group, follow directions, and share ideas. Each member will have the chance to do a solo in addition to performing with the group. Those new to The Music Settlement need to come to a group assessment/audition before being accepted into the program. Tuition assistance available to qualified applicants. Call (216) 421-5806 ext. 246 for more information. Total Tuition for 36 weeks: $1,098.00. Down Payment of $100 charged at time of registration

Music Therapy Saturday Jam - UC 2018-2019

Where: University Circle
Adults with disabilities enjoy fun, group music-making with their peers in a welcoming and nurturing setting at this monthly recreational music therapy group. Some of the planned activities include drum circles, movement, musical games, and group song-writing. Experiences will be adapted to meet the skills, strengths, and needs of group members. An assessment for anyone new to The Music Settlement is needed before signing up. Tuition assistance available to qualified applicants. Returning clients may register online. New clients please contact us at 216-421-5806 ext. 246 for more information.

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