To Provide the Healing Power of Music Throughout the Lifespan by Offering Funding Assistance and Building Community Awareness.
What is Music Therapy?
Music therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program.
How Can You Help?
Music Therapy of the Ozarks would not exist today without the generous contributions from our amazing supporters.
Thank you Joe Dull for creating this wonderful story about Chance! Music therapy is such a wonderful tool in so many ways for so many!
MEET JOE DULL: Joe is a Filmmaker (26 years), College Professor (18 years), Social Media Manager (4 years), Song-And-Dance Man (12 years), and Daddy (10 years and counting). He’s even won awards in two of those professions, and a “Best Dad Ever” grill apron for a third. Joe’s an editor, writer, director, audio guy, and decent enough camera operator. He’s also been paid as a colorist for multiple films, despite being pretty colorblind. The clients knew and hired him anyway. Joe’s that kind of guy.
His award-winning feature-length films “Table at Luigi’s” and “Sympathy Pains” have screened at theaters and festivals around the country. His work on social media has been seen by millions of people. And his films starring his kids are big hits with the in-laws.
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Would Your Loved One or Someone You Know Benefit From Music Therapy?
The Center for Music Therapy and Wellness is a clinic on the Drury University Campus that provides music therapy services for individuals and groups with developmental disabilities, all across the life span.