Music Therapy Clinic

Using musical experiences to improve cognitive, physical, social and emotional development.


Music therapy sessions are offered to children and young adults with special needs. A variety of musical experiences are used to improve cognitive, physical, social and emotional development. The goals of the sessions are individualized and are based on the needs, preferences and abilities of each client. Typically, sessions can be designed to improve receptive and expressive language, fine and gross motor skills, attending behavior, basic academic concepts, creativity and musicality. Music Therapy sessions are conducted by a student music therapist under the supervision of a Board Certified Music Therapist.

Music Therapy Clinic



Director of Music Therapy

Dr. Becky Engen, Ph.D., MT-BC

Music Therapy Clinical Coordinator 

Meg Johnson, MM, MT-BC

Practicum Supervisors

Dr. Becky Engen, MT-BC
Dr. Varvara Pasiali, Ph.D., MT-BC
Lauren DiMaio, MM, MT-BC
Meg Johnson, MM, MT-BC
Gretchen Chardos Benner, MSW, MT-BC
Anna-Catherine Fowler, MT-BC
Stacey Surratt, MS, MT-BC
Katie Suddarth, MT-BC
Lauren Irvin, MT-BC

Music Therapy Tuition Fees

30 minute weekly session $265
45 minute weekly session $365
Frances J. McClain Music Therapy Bell Choir $215
MT Group Rate (Min. 3 clients, 50-minute session) $275 (groups address sensory/social skills based on group make-up)
Note: Sessions are twelve weeks.
We accept Visa and Mastercard

Contact Meg Johnson 704-337-2520 for more information.

Information about the programs at Queens University of Charlotte: Music Degree Programs.

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