Music Therapy group sessions are provided to all the classrooms. Music Therapy is the use of music and music interventions by a Board-Certified Music Therapist to address goals in multiple areas of functioning. Using music in a group setting is beneficial as it provides a safe and structured space for individuals to express themselves, interact with one another, and learn! Within music therapy groups, multiple goal areas are addressed, including; gross and fine motor skills, social skills, language and communication skills, self-expression and creative thinking, attention to task, and educational concepts. We address these skills by using a variety of music interventions, such as; instrument play, song writing and lyric analysis, singing and active music making, improvisation, music games, and movement to music. The music therapist is able to address not only the needs of the group as a whole, but the needs of each individual, and adapts the interventions to help every child be successful.