Southwestern Music Therapy is the leader of full-spectrum music therapy services to meet your clinical, corporate, and wellness needs in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and throughout Texas.
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Fort Worth, TX Music Therapy
Southwestern Music Therapy is proud to provide music therapy services in Fort Worth, Texas. Music is an excellent method of therapy for all ages, from children up to senior citizens. The overall expression that music allows is a great way to release emotions as well as tension and stress. Music has been around for hundreds of years and is a single common thread that allows so many to connect to each other. Because of this, music therapy has become a widely popular choice in treating a variety of issues including but not limited to anxiety, depression, sensory issues, language skills, literacy and so much more.
How Does Music Therapy In Fort Worth Work?
Fort Worth music therapy is available to all Fort Worth residents, regardless of age or ability. Southwestern Music Therapy specializes in focusing on each individual client and their needs, and how various music therapy techniques can help address their specific issues. Each of our music therapists are expertly trained to know which type of musical intervention is best for each client, as well as what will best suit their physical and mental abilities.
Music therapy sessions in Fort Worth, Texas can range in both duration and techniques used. All aspects of the sessions are taken into account to ensure that the objectives and goals of each client are met in an environment that allows them to feel comfortable. This includes ambiance such as lighting, visual distractions, items in the room, instrument choices, chair set-up, and any other factors that could potentially affect the client’s session.
Who Does Music Therapy In Fort Worth Work For?
Music therapy in Fort Worth, Texas can be an effective form of treatment for people of all ages, backgrounds, physical, mental and emotional abilities. No prior musical skills are necessary to benefit from music therapy.
A few conditions and situations where music therapy has been shown as an effective form of treatment include, but are not limited to:
• Abuse Victims
• Alzheimer’s Disease
• Anxiety Disorders
• Behavioral Disorders
• Brain Damage
• Chronic Pain
Impulse Control Disorders
Labor and Delivery
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Sexual Assault Victims
We’ve compiled a helpful A-Z list of a wide variety of diagnoses and conditions where music therapy has been shown to be beneficial, you can find it here.