Our new clinic!

Well if you are following our blog, you have noticed that we haven’t posted for quite a while. There is a good reason for this! We have been very, very busy because we just opened a new clinic! This new office and clinic as been in the works since the Fall of 2014, and we finally moved in on July 26th, 2015. We designed this space with 2 big things in mind; 1) more space for our wonderful...
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Meet your Music Therapist – Kristin Sjoberg

How did you get involved in music therapy? My parents are both music educators and when my father was in school for his master’s, he had a class on music therapy. My dad told me I should look into music therapy, but being a preteen, I had to go my own way first. After finishing my undergraduate degree in Music Performance and Psychology, I volunteered with AmeriCorps and worked with inner city...
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Video: “We are, we are…..music therapists”

You don’t want to miss this!! Our “blog” this week is a video explaining what we do as music therapists. Click here to be educated and entertained! Plus, if you like us on Facebook, you can see a bonus video on our Facebook page featuring a very young music therapy...
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Best of 2013

by Sarah Thompson, MM, MT-BC, CBIS As the year winds down, we will be taking some time off to be with our families over the holidays. Before we sign off for a little while, we wanted to leave you with a ‘best of’ list from 2013. With over 40 blog entries this year, it is difficult to choose, but here are my personal favorites: 1) Money, money, money, money: We wrote a couple of blogs...
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What do the letters mean?

by Catie Alpeter, MM, MT-BC Not only have many people not heard of music therapy, but now you look online and at our business cards and see letter after letter. What do they mean?! Music therapy has shown to be beneficial in such a variety of ways that professionals often seek further specializations and education as there is so much to learn. We are an evidence-based profession and strive to...
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New Service Announcement: Assessment of Low Awareness States

Rehabilitative Rhythms is thrilled to announce that we have a new service offering for individuals and facilities in the Denver area. One of our therapist’s recently attended the first training for the Music Therapy Assessment Tool for Awareness in Disorders of Consciousness (MATADAOC). The training took place in October of 2013, and was the very first training of this important assessment...
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