MACCL (Music and Arts Center of Cultural Learning of Elizabethtown), I can now provide private pay individuals and groups. Please contact the MACCL to schedule individual music therapy sessions or to inquire about music therapy group services.
A message from The Medical Executive Committee
I just want you to be aware that at last night's Medical Executive Committee meeting the medical staff members complimented on the value of the Music Therapy department. This was after a discussion made about our "Operation HUSH" project where we plan to reduce the number of overhead pages to for only emergencies to reduce the noise level in our hallways. Dr. Boatwright commented that it is too bad that we could not pipe in the musicians we have playing the harp on our units through the paging system instead. He felt it really helps improve ambiance and bring a sense of calm in a very chaotic day.
I, of course, could not be most proud of what you all do everyday for our patients, families, visitors, employees and PHYSICIANS.
Shirley Schilling, B.S., C.P.H.Q.
Director of Quality and Resource Management
Norton Audubon Hospital
Owner of Music Therapy Services of Central Kentucky, Lorinda and her contract music therapists work to ease the pain and anxiety in a medical setting, create pathways of learning for children in a school setting, and improve overall health in wellness programs. Individual or group settings available to meet specific challenges, needs, and goals or objectives.
Lorinda Jones, MA, MT-BC is the owner of Music Therapy Services of Central Kentucky, providing contract music therapy services for children and adults with mental, physical, and emotional disabilities.
Lorinda Jones MA MT-BC Music Therapist owner of Music Therapy Service of Central Kentucky Lorinda Jones, MA, MT-BC, holds a degree in music education, counseling, and a music therapy certification from her equivalency work at Tennessee Technological University and internship at Evansville State Hospital. After 13 years of teaching public school music, Lorinda completed her music therapy training and began contract services in Hardin and surrounding counties. She is an active member of the state and regional music therapy organization, and has presented workshops at state, regional, and national conferences. Lorinda also remains active as a performing and recording artist, specializing in American and Celtic traditional music, with numerous books and CD's to her credit.
- Lorinda Jones is a Board-Certified, Music Therapist.
- Member of MTAK, Music Therapy Association of Kentucky.
- Owner of Music Therapy Services of Central Kentucky, providing contract music therapy services for children and adults with mental, physical, and emotional disabilities.
- Member of Very Special Arts Directory
- Part-time instructor for the University of Louisville Music Therapy Department.
- Member of AMTA American Music Therapy Association
The cardboard harp is among one of many adaptive instruments used by Lorinda in her music therapy practice
MUSIC THERAPY SERVICES OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY
was founded in 1995 by Lorinda Jones, MA, MT-BC. Music therapy services have since been providing group and individual services to approximately 400 children and adults in Hardin, Meade, Grayson, Breckinridge, Fayette, Barren, Monroe,Nelson, and Metcalfe counties in Kentucky. Lorinda Jones is a Board-Certified, Music Therapist. As the owner of Music Therapy Services of Central Kentucky, she and her associates provide contract music therapy services for children and adults with mental, physical, and emotional disabilities.
WHAT IS MUSIC THERAPY?
Music Therapy is an established health profession similar to occupational therapy and physical therapy. It consists of using music therapeutically to address physical, psychological, cognitive, behavioral and/or social functioning.
MUSIC THERAPY AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Young children receive music therapy across a wide range of settings: in an educational IEP as a related service for a specific objective, in early intervention programs or as an integral part of the curriculum. Music therapy is considered a related service under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
QUALIFIED MUSIC THERAPISTS
Music therapists providing services for Music Therapy Services of Central Kentucky are college graduates who have earned a minimum of a bachelor's degree from an approved music therapy degree program. They have also passed the national certification examination and have the credential MT-BC (Music Therapist-Board Certified).
MUSIC THERAPY SERVICES OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY MUSIC STAFF
Greta E. Gillmeister MT-BC www.lorindajones.com Greta E. Gillmeister MT-BC is a board certified music therapist. Greta grew up in Milton, West Virginia and after graduating high school she attended the University of Kentucky where she received her Bachelor in Music in 1996. She then pursued her graduate/equivalency degree in music therapy at the University of Kansas. Greta has worked clinically with children who are deaf and hard of hearing, children and adults with varying levels of developmental disabilities, geriatric psych patients, and well older adults. Greta currently resides in Louisville, KY and contracts music therapy services in school districts serving individuals and groups with developmental disabilities and emotional and behavioral disorders.
Jenny Krider MT-BC has spent the last four years practicing music therapy in schools and privately with children and adults with special needs. Jenny received her Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy degree from the University of Evansville in 1999. Jenny completed her music therapy internship at the Northern Wisconsin Center for the Developmentally Disabled in August 2000 and passed the Certification Board for Music Therapists exam in December 2000. From August 2000 - August 2001 Jenny worked in Cleveland, Ohio as a music therapist at the Cleveland Music School Settlement. Since August 2001 Jenny has worked as a contract music therapist for Music Therapy Services of Central Kentucky as well as with private clients in Kentucky and Indiana. Jenny is a member of the American Music Therapy Association and is secretary of the Music Therapy Association of Kentucky.
Paula Roberts, MT-BC is a 2007 graduate of the University of Louisville with a Bachelor's Degree in Music Therapy. She completed her music therapy internship with Music Therapy Services of Central Kentucky under the supervision of Lorinda Jones, MA, MT-BC. Since June of 2007 Paula has worked as a contract music therapist for Music Therapy Services of Central Kentucky where she serves individuals and groups with developmental disabilities and emotional and behavioral disabilities as well as private clients. Paula is also the secretary of the Music Therapy Association of Kentucky.
Tiffany Peters, MT-BC, a native of Ashland, Kentucky, earned a Bachelor of Music degree in flute performance from the University of Louisville in 2006. She then continued her studies at the University of Louisville to complete the Music Therapy Equivalency Program. Tiffany completed her music therapy internship with Cheryle Lawrence, MA, MT-BC, in the Jefferson County Public Schools and with Lorinda Jones, MA, MT-BC, Music Therapy Services of Central Kentucky. She received her national board certification in July 2009 and began working as a contract music therapist with Music Therapy Services of Central Kentucky in August. Tiffany and her husband Derek, a middle school band director, currently reside in Louisville.
Kristyn Brown, MT-BC, is a 2010 graduate of the University of Louisville, with a Bachelor's Degree in Music Therapy. She completed her music therapy internship with Harris County Department of Education, in Houston Texas, under the supervision of Ann Petty, MT-BC, NMT. During her internship she focused on individual and group music therapy with students with developmental disabilities in all grades. She received her board certification in July of 2010 and began working as a contract music therapist with Music Therapy Services of Central Kentucky. Currently, Kristyn works in Elizabethtown and Bardstown school districts providing music therapy services to students with developmental disabilities.