Therapy finds a new rhythm at Heartstring Melodies, LCC with their new clinic space at 219 Liberty Street. The company, which began in 2014 and opened their new space in February, provides music therapy to help clients reach their maximum potential.
“Music therapy is great for a variety of people and is beneficial in multiple areas” said Amy Foley, MMT, MT-BC, owner and director of Heartstring Melodies. “It can help with social skills, emotional skills, motor and sensory skills, and communication.” Foley provides music therapy to individuals with special needs, cancer, traumatic brain injury, stroke, dementia, and various other mental health diagnoses in Findlay and Northwest Ohio.
Foley, who is a Board-Certified Music Therapist, decided to expand the business with its own clinic space as more people made appointments and her caseload began to expand. With the added space, she hired Emily Crabtree, another Board-Certified Music Therapist. With the expansion, Foley hopes music therapy will continue to grow in Findlay and Northwest Ohio.
“I simply can’t work alone anymore. There is obviously a need for this service,” said Foley. “Music is a universal language and provides a motivating atmosphere for clients to work towards a better quality of life.
Heartstring Melodies is now located at 219 Liberty St. Hours are by appointment.
For more information call 567-429-1909, visit heartstringmelodies.com and
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