Music Therapy Sessions

Brookline Music School offers music therapy to people of all ages and abilities. Music therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish physical, emotional, cognitive, and social goals. A range of people can benefit, including children with language and motor delays, people with Autism Spectrum Disorder, those with mental health needs, adults with dementia, and people who have experienced stroke and TBI.

Individual and Group Sessions are available. To start the process, parents have an initial consultation with Adrienne Flight, Board Certified Music Therapist (MMT, MT-BC). Please fill out an Inquiry Form, listing music therapy as the area of interest, or contact the office.

Length Per Term (16 weeks) Full Year (32 weeks) Per Lesson
30 minutes $832.00 $1,664.00 $52.00
45 minutes $1,172.00 $2,344.00 $73.25
60 minutes $1,504.00 $3,008.00 $94.00


Semesters 2017-18

More info available at Academic Calendars

Academic Calendars

Fees & Aid

  • There is a once-yearly non-refundable $35 registration fee per student ($50 per family)
  • There is a $15 fee per term for payment plans
  • No registration fee is charged for summer study

BMS is committed to removing any financial barriers. Tuition assistance is available.

Tuition Assistance


Do you have any questions about this class?
Call 617-277-4593 or email


Adrienne Flight

Adrienne Flight

Adrienne practices client-centered music therapy. Music therapy sessions are driven by individual cl...(more)

Kathlynn Sell

Kathlynn Sell

Kathlynn Sell is a recent graduate of Berklee College of Music with a degree in Music Therapy and Ps...(more)

Music Therapy

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. In music therapy sessions, music is used within a therapeutic relationship to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of individuals.

How Does Music Therapy Make a Difference?

Music stimulates all of the senses and involves the client at many levels, facilitating multiple developmental skills, encouraging socialization, self-expression, communication, and motor development. Our board-certified music therapists use music-based interventions in a clinical setting to help clients achieve individualized goals.

Who Can Benefit from Music Therapy?

Music therapy is for people of all ages with various strengths and needs. The list includes:

  • People with language, motor, and other developmental delays
  • People with exceptionalities such as Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Children, teenagers, and adults with mental health needs
  • Adults who have experienced stroke or traumatic brain injury
  • Adults with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia