Interested in Music Lessons?

Did you know that Metro offers adaptive music lessons? Whether you or your family member are wanting to learn a new skill or find a creative outlet, we’re here to help! Our talented team teaches voice, guitar, piano, and ukulele lessons to people of all ages. 

At Metro, we personalize all lessons to meet the individual’s needs. Our music therapy background and training allows us to focus on any physical, emotional, cognitive, or social adaptation needs while enjoying the process of learning a new instrument! If music lessons interest you, please give us a call at (404) 510-3799 or email the director, Mallory Even, at mallory@metromusictherapyga.com.

We would love to serve you! 

Metro Serves All

The end of summer is quickly approaching! As enjoyable as this summer was, it’s time to start planning ahead for the fall and back-to-school months. The services Metro Music Therapy offers could be the perfect addition to you or your family’s schedule!

At Metro, we provide one-on-one and group services spanning multiple domains and diagnoses. Our team’s experience as board-certified music therapists allows us to cater to all client’s needs by tailoring each session to meet their desired goals and objectives. Our team serves the following populations…Developmental Delay, Autism, At-Risk Youth, Grief & Loss, Mental Health, Veterans, Refugees, and Hospice & Palliative Care. Visit our homepage, and click each box to read, in detail, exactly how we approach and carefully consider the needs of each client. 

If you think Metro would fit well into your weekly routine, give us a call or reach out via email! We would love to serve you in the near future. The end of summer is a perfect time to bring enhancement into your life! We look forward to hearing from you!

An Exceptional Summer!

The Exceptional Foundation of Atlanta (The EFAtl) hosted their first “Exceptional Summer Camp” the entire month of June at the First Baptist Church of Snellville. One of Metro MT’s own, Merideth McClain, had the privilege of providing music therapy services to the campers four days a week throughout the month! Participants over the age of sixteen with varying abilities were able to gain a true summer camp experience. 

Activities included adaptive physical education, art, cooking classes, team games and exercises and, of course, music therapy! Each music therapy group used instruments, music games, singing, dancing, songwriting interventions, and music listening identification activities. Using these music-based interventions allowed campers to imaginatively and freely express themselves, gain confidence, work with team members, and successfully and safely use music as a creative outlet. Merideth believes that the camp was an opportunity to encourage creativity and build lifelong friendships.

Metro MT is most grateful for our partnership with The EFAtl and the wonderful work they are doing in the community for the special needs population!

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