Denver Music Therapists

Denver

Alexander Powers, MM, MT-BC, Neurologic Music Therapist

Rehabilitative Rhythms

Lead Music Therapist

720-614-7329

Alex@PossibleWithMusic.org

www.PossibleWithMusic.org

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, our mission is to expand access to music making and music therapy. We partner with individuals and families who have developmental or neurologic differences. This includes individuals who have been diagnosed with Down’s syndrome, Autism, William’s Syndrome, genetic differences, developmental delay, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, dementia, Alzheimer's, or who are survivors of a traumatic brain injury or stroke. Services include individual sessions, social groups, Music Together Within Therapy, community groups, the Rocky Mountain Aphasia Chorale, the Adaptive Music Lab, A Lifetime With Music, research, speaking and consulting.

Amy Wilson, MT-BC

Private Practice

Music Therapist, Business Owner

303-726-5508

comusictherapyservices@gmail.com

Autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, I/DD, and elderly (well, frail, or with Alzheimer's/dementia

 

Anastasia Canfield, MA, MT-BC, LPCC, NCC

Rocky Mountain Music Therapy, and Creative Remedies

Music Therapist, and Owner

972-979-4615

anastasia.mtbc@gmail.com

Neurodiversity (Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, etc; kids & adults), anxiety, depression, bipolar, personality disorders, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, life transitions, career issues/growth, personal growth, life coaching, other mental/behavioral health (kids & adults)

Becky Lee, MM, MT-BC, Neurologic Music Therapist

Rehabilitative Rhythms

Lead Music Therapist

303-817-1941

Becky@PossibleWithMusic.org   

www.PossibleWithMusic.org  

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, our mission is to expand access to music making and music therapy. We partner with individuals and families who have developmental or neurologic differences. This includes individuals who have been diagnosed with Down’s syndrome, Autism, William’s Syndrome, genetic differences, developmental delay, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, dementia, Alzheimer's, or who are survivors of a traumatic brain injury or stroke. Services include individual sessions, social groups, Music Together Within Therapy, community groups, the Rocky Mountain Aphasia Chorale, the Adaptive Music Lab, A Lifetime With Music, research, speaking and consulting.

Bonnie Houpt, MT-BC

Rhythmic Roots Music Services, LLC

Owner, Founder, and Music Therapist

678-602-1131

bonnie@rhythmicrootsmusicservices.org

www.facebook.com/rhythmicrootsmusicservices

Individuals with disabilities

Casey Ehresman, MM, MS, MT-BC, LAC, LPC

Mental Health Center of Denver

Licensed Professional Counselor

303-504-3965

casey.ehresman@mhcd.org

https://mhcd.org/emerson-st-for-teens-young-adults/

First episode psychosis

Elizabeth Linder, MM, MT-BC

Rocky Mountain Music Therapy

Owner, Neurologic Music Therapist

970-420-8307

elizabethlinder@yahoo.com

www.rockymountainmusictherapy.com

Neurodiversity, kids and adults

Keegan Fike, MT-BC

Rehabilitative Rhythms

Music Therapist

303-819-3422

Keegan@PossibleWithMusic.org   

www.PossibleWithMusic.org  

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, our mission is to expand access to music making and music therapy. We partner with individuals and families who have developmental or neurologic differences. This includes individuals who have been diagnosed with Down’s syndrome, Autism, William’s Syndrome, genetic differences, developmental delay, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, dementia, Alzheimer's, or who are survivors of a traumatic brain injury or stroke. Services include individual sessions, social groups, Music Together Within Therapy, community groups, the Rocky Mountain Aphasia Chorale, the Adaptive Music Lab, A Lifetime With Music, research, speaking and consulting.

Kristin Jordheim, M.A., MT-BC

Advantage Music Therapy

Owner

(720) 432-0878

kristin.jordheim@gmail.com

AdvantageMusicTherapy.com

Apraxia, Autism, Developmentally Delayed, Dual Diagnosis, Learning Disabled, Multiply Disabled, Neurologically Impaired, Physically Disabled, Private practice, Adaptive music lessons, musical instruction within music therapy

Kristin Sjoberg, MA, MT-BC, Neurologic Music Therapist

Rehabilitative Rhythms

Lead Music Therapist; Co-Director of Internship

303-817-1295

Kristin@PossibleWithMusic.org  

www.PossibleWithMusic.org   

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, our mission is to expand access to music making and music therapy. We partner with individuals and families who have developmental or neurologic differences. This includes individuals who have been diagnosed with Down’s syndrome, Autism, William’s Syndrome, genetic differences, developmental delay, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, dementia, Alzheimer's, or who are survivors of a traumatic brain injury or stroke. Services include individual sessions, social groups, Music Together Within Therapy, community groups, the Rocky Mountain Aphasia Chorale, the Adaptive Music Lab, A Lifetime With Music, research, speaking and consulting.

Meridith Lager, MT-BC

Red Guitar Music Therapy

Owner, Music Therapist

303-359-0645

mklager@hotmail.com

Serving older adults; physically disabled, multiple diagnoses, Alzheimer's, dementia, end of life care and well adults, within skilled nursing, assisted living, memory care, day care, and home health.

Mollie Hiebert, MT-BC

6 Beet Music

Music Therapist - Board Certified

303-587-6692

mollie@6beet.com

http://www.6beet.com/

People of all ages and abilities.

Specializing in early childhood, vision impairments, dual sensory impairments (deaf/blind), childhood trauma, developmental disabilities, autism, sensory processing challenges

Rebekah Stewart, MA, MT-BC, Neurologic Music Therapist-Fellow

Rehabilitative Rhythms

Chief Operating Officer (COO), Intake Coordinator and Co-Director of Internship

303-817-1531 

Rebekah@PossibleWithMusic.org  

www.PossibleWithMusic.org  

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, our mission is to expand access to music making and music therapy. We partner with individuals and families who have developmental or neurologic differences. This includes individuals who have been diagnosed with Down’s syndrome, Autism, William’s Syndrome, genetic differences, developmental delay, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, dementia, Alzheimer's, or who are survivors of a traumatic brain injury or stroke. Services include individual sessions, social groups, Music Together Within Therapy, community groups, the Rocky Mountain Aphasia Chorale, the Adaptive Music Lab, A Lifetime With Music, research, speaking and consulting.

Robert Neeb, MMT, MT-BC, Neurologic Music Therapist

Rehabilitative Rhythms

Music Therapist

303-815-0116

Robbie@PossibleWithMusic.org  

www.PossibleWithMusic.org   

 

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, our mission is to expand access to music making and music therapy. We partner with individuals and families who have developmental or neurologic differences. This includes individuals who have been diagnosed with Down’s syndrome, Autism, William’s Syndrome, genetic differences, developmental delay, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, dementia, Alzheimer's, or who are survivors of a traumatic brain injury or stroke. Services include individual sessions, social groups, Music Together Within Therapy, community groups, the Rocky Mountain Aphasia Chorale, the Adaptive Music Lab, A Lifetime With Music, research, speaking and consulting.

Sarah Thompson, MM, MT-BC, CBIS, Neurologic Music Therapist-Fellow

Rehabilitative Rhythms

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and President of the Board

303-817-0231

Sarah@PossibleWithMusic.org  

www.PossibleWithMusic.org  

 

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, our mission is to expand access to music making and music therapy. We partner with individuals and families who have developmental or neurologic differences. This includes individuals who have been diagnosed with Down’s syndrome, Autism, William’s Syndrome, genetic differences, developmental delay, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, dementia, Alzheimer's, or who are survivors of a traumatic brain injury or stroke. Services include individual sessions, social groups, Music Together Within Therapy, community groups, the Rocky Mountain Aphasia Chorale, the Adaptive Music Lab, A Lifetime With Music, research, speaking and consulting.

Colorado Association for Music Therapy (CAMT)