We offer a variety of different services to meet each client's needs. Individual music therapy sessions use music to address specific goals in a one-on-one setting. Group music therapy sessions use music to address goals alongside peers with similar needs. Adaptive lessons can teach an individual to play an instrument and is structured with modifications in physical, cognitive, or behavioral areas to meet the client's unique needs.More About Services
We are happy to answer any questions you have about music therapy services. Contact us today to get started with an assessment to determine which services and goal areas are appropriate for your needs. Ask us for more information about the benefits of music therapy, the research-based interventions we provide, and how we can help improve individualized goals.Contact Wellness MTC
Wellness Music Therapy Center, LLC is committed to expanding music therapy services in Lexington, KY and surrounding cities such as Nicholasville, Richmond, Winchester, Versailles, and Frankfort. Currently only 18 counties in Kentucky have access to music therapy services. Wellness Music Therapy Center, LLC aims to provide accessible and affordable music therapy services to more communities. Your advocacy as a parent or caregiver of someone needing music therapy services is an important step in gaining coverage of music therapy services in Kentucky through insurance and waivers.more about Wellness MTC
According to the National Wellness Institute, there are six dimensions of wellness: emotional, occupational, physical, social, intellectual, and spiritual. At Wellness Music Therapy Center, we emphasize the importance of maintaining and improving wellness, using music to achieve specific goals.
Wellness Music Therapy Center, LLC was founded by Amber Colliver, MM, MT-BC, NICU-MT. Our mission is to provide the most innovative music therapy treatment to help our clients achieve established goals through current research practices. Our goal is to promote wellness through music in all aspects of life to achieve cognitive, physical, emotional, social, and behavioral goals.