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Music Therapy Session openings in Marysville, OH

Select an open schedule with one of our music therapists below!

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Instructors:

Hannah White

Hannah White

Voice, beginner piano, guitar, French horn, beginner ukulele, beginner trumpet, beginner percussion/drums instructor | Memory care sessions and music therapist

Hannah is a recent graduate from Ohio University with a Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy.

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She had many rewarding opportunities during her time at OU including playing French horn for the Wind Symphony and Orchestra, therapy practicum experiences with a variety of ages and diagnoses, and serving on the executive board for both a music fraternity and the American Music Therapy Association for students.

She completed her music therapy internship at Bridgeway Academy in Columbus, working with students ages 2-21 with autism and developmental disabilites. During her time in internship, Hannah developed a passion for working with kids and strives to provide a supportive and inclusive environment in all of her sessions.

Hannah is currently in the process of getting her board-certification as a music therapist and will be able to offer sessions soon. She is excited to start her professional journey at Red School of Music teaching lessons and providing music therapy sessions.

Take lessons with Ms. Hannah!

Note: Available slots listed are for music lessons. Please call us at (937) 828-4733 for information about Music Therapy to set up a free consultation with Hannah!

Sarah Lindemann

Sarah Lindemann

Music Therapist, Board-Certified (MT-BC) B.M. Music Education, Taylor University

With musical parents paving the way, Sarah grew up heavily involved in music in Kokomo, Indiana…

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Classical piano, violin, and voice lessons as well as choir and orchestra filled her schedule for many years. Because of these experiences and her love for children, Sarah pursued a bachelor’s degree from Taylor University in Music Education. While attending Taylor, she participated in orchestra, chapel services and two choirs.

After a short period of teaching elementary music, Sarah dreamed of combining her interest in holistic health and psychology with music. In 2013, Sarah began her journey toward music therapy through Saint Mary of the Woods College. She completed various practicum placements and an internship in Indianapolis working with individuals of all ages and a variety of diagnoses. Sarah accepted a position with Dynamic Music Services, Inc. in 2017 after completing her equivalency degree from SMWC.

For the last 3 years, Sarah has served clients of all ages who have a developmental and/or intellectual disability. In this role, Sarah developed an enthusiasm for creating experiences to help individuals learn life skills through music. Whether it be through listening, recreating, improvising or composing, Sarah continues to create activities that engage individuals and meet their unique needs. Sarah is inspired to find an approach to connect with each individual and provide opportunities for their voice to be heard in the face of communication challenges.

Schedule a session with Sarah!