Now in New York City and accepting clients!

I am pleased to announce that I moved to Manhattan a few months ago and have a few openings for new clients! Because my time is limited, I am focusing on working with the populations I am most passionate about serving, using Neurologic Music Therapy techniques with people who have:

  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Survivors of stroke
  • Traumatic Brain Injury &
  • Autism 

Goals can be physical ( such as working on fine/gross motor through drumming), emotional (ex: processing from grief through making music), social (such as practicing skills for everyday life such as ordering coffee after a Traumatic Brain Injury) and communicative (ex: recovery of speech through Melodic Intonation Therapy post-stroke).

Additionally, music therapy is a means to recover through joy and fun, which can be a goal in itself. If you or someone you know might benefit from music therapy, please email me at the link provided above, using the “Contact” button.  I would be happy to speak with you.

About jenthegiant

I'm a music therapist of 20 years with a practice in Manhattan. I am equally good at treating children and adults, applying music to improve motor, social, cognitive, and communication skills . I am a Neurologic Music Therapy Fellow and have been researching the effect of drumming on patients with Parkinson's disease and survivors of stroke. I am passionate about using music to address the whole person, coming from a strength-based and humanistic approach to help clients achieve their goals through joy and fun.
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