Sarah Thompson, MM, MT-BC, CBIS   

Music Therapist-Board Certified #06885
Neurologic Music Therapist, Fellow
Certified Brain Injury Specialist # 10874

Sarah Thompson completed her undergraduate degree in music therapy at the University of Kansas and her Masters degree at Colorado State University. In 2003, Sarah passed a peer review of her clinical work and became a Fellow in the Robert F. Unkefer Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy at the Center for Biomedical Research in Music at Colorado State University.

Sarah has clinical experience working with a wide variety of populations in various settings. She started music therapy programs for

-Craig Hospital

-Learning Services – Neurobehavioral Unit

-Rocky Mountain Stroke Center

-Heartland Hospice – Westminster

She has supervised interns through Poudre Valley Hospital and the Center for Neurorehabilitation Services and has been adjunct faculty at Colorado State University. Sarah has experience in program development, grant writing and insurance reimbursement. She has given presentations at both regional and national conferences. She has served on the task force and the advisory board for the Division of Worker’s Compensation’s revision of the medical treatment guidelines for Traumatic Brain Injury.

Sarah was Chair of the Colorado Association for Music Therapy board of directors from 2005-2009. She maintains close connections to the American Music Therapy Association, and the Colorado Association for Music Therapy. She currently serves as the Reimbursement Representative for the Midwestern Region.

Sarah was awarded the Change Maker Award in 2013 by the American Music Therapy Association and the Service Award by the Midwestern Region of the American Music Therapy Association in 2014.

Sarah co-authored an abstract with Dr. Alan Weintraub titled The Clinical Use of Neurologic Music Therapy In a Brain Injury Rehabilitation Setting: A Retrospective Analysis of Therapeutic Practice. The abstract was published in the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation (2013), Vol. 28, No 5, pp E46.

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Rebekah Stewart, MA, MT-BC

Music Therapist- Board Certified #10485
Neurologic Music Therapist-Fellow

Rebekah Stewart completed her undergraduate degree in voice performance at Azusa Pacific University and her master’s degree in music therapy at the University of Missouri- Kansas City.  In 2013, Rebekah completed the training institute at the Center for Biomedical Research at Colorado State University and became a member of the Robert F. Unkefer Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy. In 2015, she completed her training to become a certified Music Together Within Therapy instructor.

Rebekah has clinical experience working with a wide variety of populations in various settings including but not limited to traumatic and acquired brain injury rehabilitation, Alzheimer’s/dementia, autism, developmental disabilities, pediatrics (general, oncology, rehabilitation), at-risk adolescents, and more.  She has experience working with various interdisciplinary treatment teams, and initiates ongoing collaboration with other therapists in order to provide the highest quality of services for her clients. 

Rebekah has supervised practicum students from the University of Missouri- Kansas City and recently worked to establish and co-direct Rehabilitative Rhythms’ first music therapy internship.  She held a research assistant position at the University of Missouri- Kansas City, and has written several recent research intervention protocols in collaboration with the University of Colorado Hospital.  Rebekah has worked as an interventionist on several studies at both Craig Hospital and the University of Colorado Hospital. She also published her Master’s Degree research project on songwriting in the journal Music Therapy Perspectives and contributed to a book chapter for caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease.

Rebekah maintains an active membership in the Colorado Association of Music Therapists and the American Music Therapy Association, presents frequently at both regional and national conferences, and currently serves as the Continuing Education Committee Director for the Midwestern Region of the American Music Therapy Association.

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Kristin Sjoberg, MA, MT-BC

Music Therapist-Board Certified #10639
Neurologic Music Therapist

Kristin Sjoberg completed her bachelor’s degrees in music performance and psychology at Luther College and her master’s degree in music therapy at the University of Iowa. In 2013, she completed additional training at Colorado State University to become certified in the Robert F. Unkefer Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy. In 2015, she completed training to become a Music Together Within Therapy instructor.

Kristin has clinical experience working with a wide-ranging selection of individuals in various settings, including but not limited to private practice clinics, schools, hospitals, substance abuse programs, hospice, assisted living and nursing homes, adult day programs, and private homes. Kristin has served as an intern supervisor, and recently developed and currently serves and co-director for Rehabilitative Rhythms’ music therapy internship.

Kristin has worked as an interventionist on research studies with the University of Colorado Hospital. She also has given several presentations to healthcare professionals on both music therapy, and assistive hearing devices. Her graduate education focused on music therapy and speech and language, and in 2017, her collaborative research, “The Impact of Electric Hearing on Children’s Timbre and Pitch Perception and Talker Discrimination,” was published in Cochlear Implants International.

In addition to music therapy experience, Kristin worked as a program specialist for inner city youth, as a music teacher for a ‘mommy and me’ program, and as a researcher in Otolaryngology with the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics.

Kristin is a member of the American Music Therapy Association and the Colorado Association for Music Therapy.

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Kathleen Marsh, MM, MT-BC        

Music Therapist- Board Certified #11132
Neurologic Music Therapist 

Kathleen Marsh completed her undergraduate degree in music education at Northwestern College (Orange City, IA) and her master’s degree in music therapy at Colorado State University.  In 2014, Kathleen completed the training institute at the Center for Biomedical Research at Colorado State University and became certified in the Robert F. Unkefer Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy.

Kathleen has clinical experience working with a wide variety of people in settings including but not limited to Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, neurologic rehabilitation, adults and children with developmental disabilities, and hospice patients.

As a therapist, Kathleen has worked with interdisciplinary treatment teams and given community presentations on the benefits of music therapy.  She completed her music therapy internship at Pathways Hospice in Fort Collins, CO.  In addition to her work as a music therapist, Kathleen has worked as a music educator, camp counselor, church musician, and youth ministry director.  She also worked for several years as a care provider for adults living with developmental disabilities.

Kathleen maintains an active membership in the American Music Therapy Association and is a member of the Colorado Association for Music Therapy.

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Sarah Folsom

Music Therapist- Board Certified #13161 

Sarah Folsom earned her Bachelor’s degree in music theatre/voice performance from New York University, and completed her master’s in music therapy at Colorado State University. Sarah has pursued coursework in both neuroscience and early childhood during her studies at CSU and is passionate about utilizing music for neurologic change. Sarah has practiced in a variety of clinical settings including but not limited to medical, pediatric, adult day programs, older adult and memory care facilities, traumatic brain injury, early childhood, substance abuse, pulmonary rehabilitation and wellness programs. During her music therapy internship at MusicWorx, Inc. (San Diego, CA) Sarah collaborated with the palliative care, physical therapy, and occupational therapy teams at Scripps Memorial Hospital as well as presented on the benefits of music therapy at various locations in the hospital and community.

In addition to music therapy, Sarah’s musical background includes many years studying musical theater and performing, as well as teaching preschool music in a private preschool setting in New York City. Sarah is a member of the American Music Therapy Association and the Colorado Association for Music Therapy.

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