The Harrison Center for Music Therapy offers individual music therapy assessments to determine a baseline and justification for music therapy services. Harrison Center also provides outside assessments for schools and other facilities.
The Harrison Center for Music Therapy offers 1-on-1 music therapy sessions to address therapeutic functional goals. Ongoing services are implemented to focus on targeted goals and are assessed quarterly.
At The Harrison Center, group music therapy sessions foster not only an opportunity to address individual goals, but these sessions also serve as a medium for social interaction and group dynamics.
The Harrison Center offers our knowledge in the field of music therapy in the form of in-services for organizations, clinics or schools. Presentations typically include basic information about music therapy, who music therapists work with, as well as demonstrations of various music-based interventions a music therapist might use when addressing goals for a client.
Music Therapy is a research based, allied health profession in which music is used to accomplish individualized functional goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional. HCMT is a part of music therapy research in continuing the momentum as a leader in healthcare.
We are at the forefront of advocacy at both the state and national level to educate and advocate for our families in increasing access to music therapy treatment.
We aim to be a place that exudes compassion, kindness, integrity and knowledge.
We strive for excellent communication with everyone on our clients' treatment teams. Aside from receiving quality services, we want you to feel supported, heard and valued here.
Kate is the owner and director of The Harrison Center. She is also co-founder of the Music Therapy Center of Houston, a non-profit center who provides music therapy education and scholarships to the Houston community. Kate has been in private practice serving clients of all ages and abilities since 2001.
Mi-Sun graduated with a double degree in Music Therapy and Psychology from Southern Methodist University. Mi-Sun completed her internship at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX. She has provided music therapy services for all ages with challenging health concerns including developmental disorders, Alzheimer's, psychiatric and palliative care clients.
She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music from Ball State University and a Masters of Art in Music Therapy from Texas Woman’s University. Prior to her work at The Harrison Center, Ingrid was a music therapist at the Integrative Medicine Center at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Ingrid has experience in working with all ages, diagnoses and abilities in a variety of settings.
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