Music therapists use numerous props and instruments when working one-on-one and in group sessions. Music therapists must be proficient on multiple instruments. Piano, guitar, percussion, and voice are most commonly used and studied. Years of training are needed to ensure high quality services are being provided.  

The American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) has established competency-based standards ensuring quality education and clinical training requirements are met. Music therapists are required to compose songs with simple accompaniment, arrange and transpose music compositions to fit the clients vocal range, utilize multiple accompanying patterns on all instruments used, and understand varying genres of music to best emulate their sounds and styles vocally and instrumentally. High- caliber musicianship and creative facilitation makes Metro a winning combination!