Children’s Bereavement Services

Do you know of a child who is currently experiencing grief? We may not think of it too often, but where there are grieving adults, there are sure to be grieving children.girl-with-candle
The holidays can be a very difficult time for a young one to experience the sorrows that can accompany death or divorce.
You may know a child who is experiencing anticipatory grief; a grief reaction that occurs before an impending loss. If a child knows that their sibling, parent, grandparent, or friend will soon die, they are likely already grieving and may need additional support.
Our Songs of Hope Children’s Bereavement Music Therapy Services may be just what they need. All services are absolutely free due to grant-funding from Wellspring International.
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2016-12-13T21:48:46+00:00December 13th, 2016|Grief & Loss, Holidays, Music Therapy|

Adaptive Lessons coming to Vinings!

We are so thrilled to announce that, beginning in January 2017, we will be offering Adaptive Lessons at The Music Studio at Vinings!painted-piggies-on-piano

How do you know if Adaptive Lessons are right for your child? Here is our handy dandy checklist that you can use to find out:

  • Does your child love music?
  • Are they motivated by music?
  • Has your child struggled in music lessons before?
  • Does your child have learning differences?
  • Do you think your child would struggle with standard teaching styles?
  • Does your child have a formal diagnosis or IEP?

If you answered yes to 2 or more of the above questions, your child may thrive in Adaptive Music Lessons with our trained and qualified staff! All of our team members have a background in music therapy, which means that instead of a one-size-fits-all approach, we adapt our teaching style to best fit your child’s needs.

We still have a few openings for Saturday mornings, so call or email today to schedule!

Download our flyer here: adaptive-lessons-flyer

2016-12-12T16:43:38+00:00December 12th, 2016|Adaptive Lessons|
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