Individual sessions are 50 minutes weekly or biweekly depending on the needs of the clients, and are held in-home or at a local facility, including our studio in Saco. Sessions involve listening and lyric discussion, improvisation, relaxation and breathing techniques, vocal toning, music education as appropriate, movement, imagery, and songwriting.

We also offer Adaptive Music Lessons on a number of instruments for those who would like to learn or improve on an instrument (or voice) in a nontraditional learning environment.


Group sessions are one hour to 90 minutes weekly and include group music activities that work to improve the communication and social skills of the group while also addressing the individual needs of group members.

Many groups are hosted by a facility for its members; please contact us FMI about upcoming groups that will be open to the public.


Kate is available for speaking engagements at meetings and conferences.  She also facilitates trainings for other certified creative arts therapists.  Kate has presented at New England Rehabilitation Hospital, MMC's Brain Injury Conference, the Maine Down Syndrome Network Conference, and the Maine Health Care Association's annual conference.