At Music Therapy in Motion, LLC, we strive to improve the quality of life of our clients. We focus on unlocking and opening doors for those with challenges through music therapy, one beat at a time.
MTIM offers individual and group music therapy, adaptive music lessons, early childhood music classes, and presentations/workshops throughout the upper Midwest. We provide music therapy sessions in our Grand Forks and Fargo clinics, as well as in private homes and facilities.
Our team of music therapists and music therapy interns are mobile, bringing music therapy directly to you. Click here to get started.
Individual Music Therapy
Providing private music therapy services for individuals.
Group Music Therapy
Providing group music therapy services to facilities and agencies in your community.
Adaptive Music Lessons
Providing piano, guitar, and drum lessons for the special learner.
Providing early childhood music classes and music groups for tweens, pre-teens, teens, and adults.
Presentations & Workshops
Providing informational presentations and workshops to your community.
Where do we work?
“Music therapy gives hope when all else fails.” (TedX)
Adolescent Treatment Facilities
Clinics (including our Grand Forks and Fargo clinics)
Early Childhood/Childcare Centers
Independent Living Centers
Mental Health Centers
Schools (IEP/Standard Assessments available)
Senior Wellness Programs
Skilled Nursing Facilities
How do we get started?
Click below to set up your free consultation with Emily, owner of Music Therapy in Motion, LLC.
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Is Music Therapy a Reimbursable Service? Please read through to this information from American Music Therapy Association.
“Music Therapy has opened doors for so many students who previously were locked into their disability.”
“Emily, I am forever grateful to you. My son’s first sentence and words were because of you and Anna. Music therapy is medicine.”
Mom of Chandler
“Once a week our classroom is blessed with the gift of beautiful music! Students’ faces light up and the general atmosphere of the classroom is lifted.“
Beth Walters, M. Ed