If you are a prospective music therapy student, current student, music therapy professional, or just interested in learning more about music therapy in Indiana, please take a moment to review the information and resources we provide here.
In Indiana, music therapists provide services to a wide range of individuals and groups in settings all over the state. People with varied health and wellness needs are served in medical and behavioral health units of hospitals, stress centers, substance abuse centers, group homes, private homes, nursing and long term rehabilitative centers, schools, hospice, and in many more settings.
In Indiana, there are three undergraduate music therapy programs and two graduate music therapy programs educating and training new music therapists to meet the increasing need for services.
The Association for Indiana Music Therapy, Inc. (AIMT) is a 501(c)3 Not-for-Profit Organization that strives to:
- provide and encourage continuing education for AIMT members;
- increase awareness of Music Therapy to the general public and related professionals in the state of Indiana; and
- increase access to quality music therapy services in the state of Indiana.
“(Music therapy) can make the difference between withdrawal and awareness, between isolation and interaction, between chronic pain and comfort — between demoralization and dignity.” – Barbara Crowe, music therapist.