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Kathryn Lewis

Music Therapy Intern

Soon to be accepting new music therapy clients and music students of all ages and neurotypes at the Creative Remedies office or online.

Music Therapy: $0-$30 per 50 minute session


Music Students: $0-$30 per lesson


*Pay what you can options available -- inquiry necessary to qualify*

Kathryn Lewis


Empower Music Therapy LLC – Nashville, TN                                                              

  • Collaborated in planning and leading weekly 50-minute sessions for a child with blindness

    • Improvisational applications inspired by creative play

    • Modified games and songs to build client inclusivity

  • Observed and assisted in weekly 50-minute modified music lessons for an adolescent with Down Syndrome

    • Scribed song lyrics, gave direction for photos for album art, recorded finished songs


Aspire Creative Arts Program – Anaheim, CA                                                                           

  • Planned and implemented weekly 30-minute music therapy sessions and modified music lessons via telehealth for adults with intellectual disabilities

    • Recorder lessons adapted to meet client’s cognitive and musical goals

    • 1:1 re-creational experiences and word exercises for group songwriting


TriStar Centennial Outpatient Services – Nashville, TN             

  • Designed and co-facilitated weekly 50-minute group sessions for adolescents and adults in outpatient mental health care

    • Initially observed and participated in sessions

    • Centered around DBT skills such as emotional regulation, mindfulness, etc.

  • Observed 50-minute group sessions in inpatient mental health and memory care




Music Therapy Equivalency Certification -- St. Mary-of-the-Woods College (anticipated graduation December 2024)                                   


Bachelor of Music: Commercial Vocal Performance with Music Business Emphasis -- Belmont University (May 2012)


Why I Became A Music Therapist


The first time I gained insight into music therapy was when I spoke with an acquaintance in 2020 who happened to be a music therapist. He told me how he used percussive techniques to help kids with anxiety and severe ADHD, and it blew my mind how music therapy could be used to help people of different populations and all ages. It made me realize how meaningful it is to use music in a healing capacity. As someone who has lived with anxiety and depression, I’ve learned what it means to navigate the ups and downs of healing and personal growth. Personal development is not a linear path, and I am passionate about helping others on that same journey.




I am currently enrolled in the Music Therapy Equivalency Distance Program at St. Mary-of-the-Woods College based out of St. Mary-of-the-Woods, IN. In addition, I graduated from Belmont University in May 2012 with a Bachelors of Music in Commercial Vocal Performance with a Music Business Emphasis.

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