Discover Music Therapy at Immaculata

As a music therapy major at Immaculata, you’ll take music, music therapy and psychology courses in a liberal arts program.

Undergraduate Programs

Music Therapy B.Mus.

The Music Therapy program develops your core musicianship, your clinical skills, and your understanding of the psychology of music and psychopathology.

Graduate Programs

Immaculata’s master’s programs provide extensive breadth and depth of training in the musical, clinical, and theoretical components of the music therapy discipline.

Master of Arts in Music Therapy

The MAMT program focuses on professional practice in music therapy.

Master of Music Therapy and Counseling

The MMTC program emphasizes psychotherapeutic practices that integrate professional counseling and music therapy

Cathy Sucgang ’21

Board-Certified Music Therapist, Sheppard Pratt Mental Health Services

“Immaculata’s music therapy program taught me how to see a client beyond their diagnosis, and how to use my musical abilities to better support them. Additionally, due to the smaller and more intimate class sizes, I am able to receive substantial attention from my instructors, as well as build relationships with my peers. As I started my practicum at a childcare center, the children would immediately run up and hug me. Therapy can’t happen without solid trust between the therapist and the client, and although they were just little kids, it seemed that they trusted me enough to care for them. I could really see that music brought out the best in them. Music therapy is a great way to pursue my passion for music while also helping people and meeting their needs.”

Music therapy student Breanna Kratz

Student Spotlight

When her niece participated in group music therapy sessions during regular hospital visits, Breanna (Bree) Kratz ’23 became interested in the therapeutic use of music.

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