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Music Therapy

Play Your Part offers individual music therapy services to target cognitive abilities, social and communication skills, motor skills, behavior, and musical aptitude.

Music Lessons

Play Your Part offers private music lessons in the areas of piano, guitar, saxophone, bassoon, conducting, and aural skills and dictation.

Adapted Music Lessons

Play Your Part is committed to tailoring a musical experience and education for all types of learners.

Contract Services

Play Your Part is interested in being contracted for music therapy services in Southern California.

KinderCare Music Class

Play Your Part is a certified vendor with KinderCare and currently provides monthly music class sessions for ages 2-5.

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  • Brianna is an incredibly talented and gifted music therapist.  She is an excellent musician, organized, and works well with a broad range of clients–very important when owning a music therapy practice.  Her strength is her intuition when working with clients and understanding their needs.

    • Barbara Reuer, PhD, MT-BC, Executive Director, Resounding Joy Inc. and CEO & Founder, MusicWorx Inc.
  • The Play Your Part team is friendly and welcoming. They have an individualized approach for each client to make sure they get the most out of each music therapy session. Just by observing them, I can tell they have a true passion for helping people and sharing their love for music.

    • Kelsey Stoerck, Chapman University Education Major
  • The video you sent us (of my son playing piano) is wonderful beyond belief.  My son has a clear interest in music and he seems to have the aptitude to excel.  Thank you for all you are doing to help nurture his musical side.  It is really heartwarming to see.

    • Father of 5-year old son with Autism
  • Brianna has a magical presence that enlightens, inspires, and encourages children and adults to use their voice and express themselves.  She has brightened the lives and has improved the quality of life for my students with disabilities.

    • Program Manager of Adult Day Program, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Brianna is great with my son who is five years old.  She teaches in a fun style and my son never loses attention.  She taught him how to write and read numbers and most importantly how to be disciplined.  I am  really happy to see his musical growth.

    • Mother of 5-year old piano student
  • What makes Brianna stand out in her work is that she gets to know her clients…and treats them as individuals by personalizing her techniques against their interests and age.

    • Mother of 11-year old son with Neurologic Impairments
  • Brianna has done an excellent job meeting the diverse needs of my students.  She incorporates visuals and movement into her lessons and she has developed an excellent rapport with the students and staff members on our campus…Brianna has creatively implemented the various concepts and lessons that I have been working on into her sessions and has also strived to enhance our students’ communication and social skills.

    • Intervention Specialist, Special Education Program, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • I found Brianna to be patient, knowledgeable and willing to accommodate my son’s special needs.  She would be an asset to any organization, especially one whose mission is to teach and foster a joy in music, promoting confidence through competence.

    • Mother of 16-year old son who suffers from PDD and Bipolar Disorder