Renee Coro, music therapist, provides clinical music therapy services to both children and adults in various settings including school districts, outreach centers, adult day centers, nursing homes and home-based clients. Music therapy services are designed to meet the client's specific needs through an assessment, treatment plan, ongoing re-evaluations and documentation. Sessions can be held both in individual settings 1:1 or in small groups depending on the needs of client(s).
We offer a large variety of programs for children of all abilities! Programs are highly interactive and influenced by music therapy techniques and improvisational exploration! Please check events calendar for community based open music programs. And contact Renee if you are interested in a private program for your school, facility and/or company.
Renee provides both consultation for teachers and service providers as well as participates in co-treatment therapies. She also presents on topics of music therapy, early childhood literacy, early childhood development, and other music related topic areas. No audience is neither too big or small. Her presentation experience includes regional conferences, colleges, professional development, family outreach centers and music therapy advocacy.
Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program (AMTA)
Music therapists help people with a wide variety of needs- physical, communicative, emotional, social- in a wide variety of settings, including schools, homes, nursing homes, private practice, hospitals, rehabilitation settings, and many others.
Music therapists are individuals who have completed a 4-year degree in music therapy or the equivalent, a 6-9 month AMTA-approved internship, and have passed the Board Certification Exam in Music Therapy to receive the credential MT-BC. Continuing education is required to maintain the MT-BC credential. Many music therapists continue on to receive masters degrees or advanced trainings in music therapy or in related fields.