Who does music therapy benefit?

Music therapy is the use of music interventions by a Board-Certified professional who has completed an accredited program to achieve communication, social, physical, cognitive and emotional goals. Kristina targets non-musical goals through specialized music interventions. 

Music therapy is a health care profession. Kristina Gindo serves a variety of populations:

  • Children, adolescents and adults with physical disabilities

  • Children, adolescents and adults with cognitive disabilities

  • Children, adolescents and adults with mental illness

  • Adults with substance abuse disorders

  • Children, adolescents and adults with Autism

  • Seniors in a variety of settings

Kristina Gindo also serves the community by providing wellness through music, click to discover more about Kristina's  Community Outreach  Early Childhood work.

What is music  therapy?

What does it     look like?

A lot of fun! Music therapy interventions are based on specialized training and critical problem solving on the therapist's part. Therapists use the elements of music to meet the moment-by-moment needs of the client. Needs are based on assessment. Goals are set and treatment begins.