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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



Music Therapy Clinical Coordinator

Meg Johnson, MM, MT-BC

Practicum Supervisors

Dr. Varvara Pasiali, Ph.D., MT-BC
Meg Johnson, MM, MT-BC
Anna-Catherine Fowler, MT-BC
Rose O'Toole, MT-BC
Dean Quick, MT-BC
Kelly Work, MT-BC
Gillian Zambor, M.Sc., MT-BC

Music Therapy Tuition Fees
  • 30 minute weekly session: $265
  • 45 minute weekly session: $365
  • Frances J. McClain Bell Choir: $215
  • MT Group Rate: $275
    (Note: Price is for 12-week term; minimum three clients, 50-minute sessions, group sessions address sensory and social skills, goals are set based on group make-up)

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For more information, please contact Meg Stanley Johnson, music therapy clinical coordinator, at johnsonm@queens.edu or 704-337-2520.

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Learn more about the Music Degree and the Music Therapy Degree at Queens University of Charlotte.

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