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Our music therapists use music to help your child meet treatment goals and cope with stress, fear and anger.
Music therapy is based on research, and all music therapists at Cincinnati Children’s are board certified through the Certification Board for Music Therapists.
During music therapy sessions, your child may play instruments, write songs, sing or move to music. These music experiences benefit your child by providing:
The music therapist structures sessions so that no previous musical skills are necessary for your child to benefit from music therapy.
Children on inpatient units have music therapy group sessions one to two times each week.
The music therapist may also see your child for an individual session if she appears to benefit more from one-on-one interaction.
Read more information on music therapy and mental health.
We provide patients and families with a variety of resources, including information for schools, details about our Surviving the Teens / Suicide Prevention program, upcoming events and community partners.
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