"Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent"
- Victor Hugo
Participants in music therapy will interact in many different ways that encourages musical and social interaction. Whether playing music, singing, composing, discussing, or moving to music, participants will have a great time. From guitars, pianos, and drums to kazoos, parachutes and scarves, music therapy is a comprehensive sensory experience. Music therapists are trained to understand unique needs of individuals and create an inclusive and safe environment.
Music therapy allows adults to be themselves, beyond any limitation. Sensory sensitivities are taken into account, and all levels of experience are welcome.
Class sizes are small to give the best individualized attention to each participant.
Fall class starting: Oct 3rd, 2017
Music Therapy Hours:
10:00am - 11:00am
Refuge Music Therapy
1441 Oak St., #5
Danielle Crowe, MT-BC
Danielle became a music therapist because music was her refuge, and she believed in facilitating the safety she felt when she was immersed in music. Danielle received her degree from Marylhurst University in 2014. Trained in humanistic and integrative philosophies with extended training in the Bonny-Method of Music and Imagery, NICU music therapy, and Sound Birthing Music-Assisted Childbirth, Danielle offers a well-informed approach. Danielle completed her internship in a downtown hospital serving adults in acute and rehabilitative settings. Inspired by her personal experience with music and clinical experience, she was inspired to start Refuge Music Therapy, a private practice dedicated to the individual patient and to how music therapy affects the community.