Amy's life has involved music since the very beginning, from writing songs for the culde-sac musicals and performing for anyone who would listen to actively studying music and voice all throughout high school. She has also always had a passion for working with and helping others, which led her to study music therapy in college. Amy is a Board
Certified Music Therapist and also holds her professional certificate in Neurologic Music Therapy, who strongly believes in the power of music to provide healing and growth to all people in all stages of life. She has clinical experience with geriatrics, adults and children with developmental disabilities, individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and adolescents in mental health. She trained in voice throughout college and plays guitar and piano.
Guitar, Piano/Keyboard, Voice, Music Therapy