2021: A Year in Review at Harmonic Changes
As we are coming to the end of the 2021, we wanted to reflect on and share some exciting company highlights from the past year. Take a look at this year's year in review with Harmonic Changes.
Clinical Internship and Practicum Opportunities
We had the privilege of welcoming Music Therapy Interns - Marisa DiCamillo and Shelby Figueroa, - who completed their clinical training requirements, serving clients of all ages and needs in-person and via Telehealth. Additionally, we supported six practicum students from Berklee College of Music by providing opportunities for them to develop their clinical skills with older adults and persons with neurodegenerative disorders via Telehealth.
New Team Members
Our team continues to grow - both in Los Angeles AND Chicago!
To learn more about our team members, click here.
New Therapeutic Services Offered
Harmonic Changes now offered Dance/Movement Therapy and Clinical Counseling services! Click here to learn more about the services we provide.
New Online Workshops
This year, we began our Open Studio workshop series - a free, monthly, virtual presentation design to inform the public about a variety of topics related to music therapy and wellness. We also started Harmonic Sprouts - a parent-child bonding program for parents and children (ages 0-3) to make music together and learn how music supports child development.
Expansion of Services to Ventura County
We recently expanded our services to Ventura County! If you are or someone you know is in Ventura County and interested in receiving music therapy services, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
New Contracts and Partnerships
This year we've had the honor of expanding our services and outreach to several new contracts and partners in Los Angeles, Ventura/Santa Barbara County, and Illinois!
We provided countless presentations to our communities, as requested. Additionally, we continued to facilitate a weekly webinar on music and wellness with our partner, Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA).