Music Therapy Clinic
The University of Louisville
Music Therapy Clinic
Our mission of the University of Louisville music therapy department is to be the preeminent music therapy education, research center, and provider of care for children and adults with disabilities and health challenges in the Kentuckiana area.
What is music therapy?
According to American Music Therapy Association (AMTA), 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.
Who provides services?
At the clinic you, your child or loved one with receive services from a Board Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC credential) who has gone through the proper training, clinical supervision and internship and has passed board certification exam.
Students who provide services as part of their practica experience will be directly supervised by a present MT-BC.
What does the clinic provide?
The clinic is designed to meet the psychosocial (emotional and social), cognitive and physical needs of individuals of all ages in the Kentuckiana community through evidenced-based music therapy practice. Our facility offers state of the art technology that allows for live video feed for confidential observation. The clinic also offers placement for students to practice clinical skills.
- As the clinic is growing we are continuously meeting the needs of client and families
- Please call or email us for more information and to schedule an assessment.
Assessments are complimentary. There is a one time, $20 paperwork processing and treatment planning fee that will be charged on first invoice.
Group sessions: $10 per person (sliding fee not applicable) Please ask your primary therapist on more information regarding groups currently available.
For weather closings, please go to the UofL main page for university and office closings.
The music therapy clinic does not operate on the JCPS closing schedule. When the clinic is closed, you will be contacted by your primary therapists confirming a cancellation of session.