Individual Music Therapy

Heather is a board certified music therapist and is currently taking clients of all ages and abilities in the Cache Valley Utah (Logan) area for individual music therapy sessions.

Music Therapy Assessment:  $75/assessment and treatment plan (usually takes 45 minutes -1 hour)

Individual Music Therapy Session:  $60-75 for a 45-60 minutes session (Prompt Pay Discount)
This includes all planning, traveling & gas, and charting time
If billing insurance the rate will be billed at $100/hour session

This is the therapy room at Millennial MindBody Therapy

1:1 music therapy sessions may take place  at Millennial Mind Body Therapy in Logan (925 W 200 N Suite A5), in my Smithfield home, or in the clients home in the Cache Valley area or in the facility of an agency contracting with Overlymusical.

Families may choose to do individual music therapy so their loved one may receive the individual attention and focus on their needs and goals.  After initial assessment (focusing on the strengths and needs of the client, the musical background, and musical preference) the therapist will discuss the results of the assessment and determine a treatment plan which will include:  Goals and objectives individualized for the client, musical back and How often and where sessions will take place.  Goals will be reevaluated quarterly.

Examples of goals a music therapist may address is:

  • Gross Motor Skills–Recovering lost motor skills or learning new motor skills
  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Pre-Verbal Expression
  • Receptive Language
  • Expressive Language
  • Academic Skills (numbers, vocabulary, pre-reading skills)
  • Listening and Attention Skills
  • Visual and Tactile Skills
  • Emotional Expression
  • Social Skills
  • Music Skills to develop Self Esteem

To receive an assessment please fill in a Patient Information Form and e-mail or mail it to

E-mail: heather@overlymusical.com
Mail to: Heather Overly
340 N 100 W
Smithfield, UT 84335

Why is music so essential and important to young children and how can it benefit them?

  • Children love music. By using music which they already enjoy it provides the structure for learning so many skills used daily such as increased attention span, social development, reinforce academic learning, behavioral skills and develop music appreciation and skills.
  • The structure in music will allow those with speech difficulties successful experiences through singing, which will provide the confidence and skills to transfer to speech.
  • Music provides children an opportunity to safely express themselves verbally and non verbally.
  • Music positively changes mood and emotional states while increasing self-esteem and self-image.

“Music supports self-expression, cooperative play, creativity, emotional well being, and development of social, cognitive, communication, and motor skills.” –Early Years Are Leaning Years from the National Association for the Education of Young Children.