M3 Music Therapy:
Building community through creative expression
Classes include songs, instrument play and movement that enhance development, increase the parent/ child bond all while having fun moving and making music.Read More
Populations include: Children, adolescents, adults and the elderly with mental health needs, developmental and learning disabilities, Alzheimer’s disease and other aging related conditions, physical disabilities, and acute and chronic pain.Read More
Music can be especially useful for breaking down barriers to group sharing, and for forming community.Read More
- Music facilitated experiences create fun and inclusive opportunities for active music making, in ways that are tailored to the goals of your group. An experienced professional can help guide you and your community to create a successful event.
Music in the Workplace
- Making music with others, whether as a trained professional or a non-musician, requires many of the same skills needed to be an integral part of a team: listening, paying attention, working together, taking risk. Music facilitated and music-therapy based experiences engage people and build community, particularly when led by a skilled facilitator.
- Whether it’s a facilitated event, a participatory party, or creating a group for putting on choral or musical performances, Michelle can help activate and strengthen your community through music.
Michelle is passionate about helping other music therapists to better connect and communicate with others about what we do.
With a background in marketing and public relations, Michelle brings a unique perspective to the field of music therapy. Through presentations, seminars and advocacy work she seeks to guide students and professionals in the art of effective communication. The more we spread the word, the more music therapy will be recognized and understood by the population at large.