Music Therapy

Storyboard Studios in Peachtree City, GA offers private, individually tailored music therapy sessions and adaptive lessons facilitated by a board-certified music therapist.

Music therapy is an evidence-based practice that uses music experiences to help individuals achieve therapeutic goals. Music therapy can be used with a wide variety of populations to address needs related to developmental, emotional, academic, cognitive, behavioral, communicative, and physical concerns. Children with autism, ADHD, and sensory processing disorders are often referred to music therapy services, and people of all ages and abilities can benefit from working with a music therapist. Adaptive lessons can be helpful for people who struggle in traditional learning environments by creating a tailored environment suited to their particular needs while facilitating the learning process.

A typical music therapy session ranges from re-creating songs, playing instruments, analyzing lyrics, songwriting, music relaxation, movement to music, and numerous other music experiences to promote and encourage positive growth.

Contact us for specific details, or visit the American Music Therapy Association’s website at for more information on music therapy and how it may benefit you and/or your child.