Erinn Frees, MA, MT-BC, board-certified music therapist at Children’s Minnesota, talks about the importance of incorporating music into the healing process of our patients and families.
A growing amount of evidence suggests that the power of music can have significant benefits to patients and their families in clinical settings. Learn more about the benefits of music therapy here.
At Children’s Minnesota, we put kids first, and we know that kids get better quicker when we take care of the whole family. This is why we offer many services and amenities to the whole family in addition to typical health care services.
Learn how we are celebrating Minnesota Music Therapy week at Children’s Minnesota from April 22-26.
Annie Waters spoke to KARE 11 about how donations help Children’s continue to fund programs like pet therapy and music therapy.
November 18, 2018, 5 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., Chanhassen
The second of two musical shows to benefit the Heart Clinic and Music Therapy programs at Children's Minnesota.
November 16, 2018, 8 p.m. – 10:30 p.m., Excelsior
The first of two musical shows to benefit the Heart Clinic and Music Therapy programs at Children's Minnesota. Formal attire preferred.
The Current's Rock the Cradle Radio offers the best music for children and adults to enjoy as a family, presented by Children's Minnesota.
It’s no secret that music can be uplifting and relaxing in any situation. A growing amount of evidence suggests that the power of music can also have significant benefits to patients and their families in clinical settings. Your child doesn’t need a musical background to benefit from music therapy. Children at any developmental age or developmental level can participate. Children’s Minnesota board-certified music therapists serve patients ranging from newborns to young adults at various levels of engagement and responsiveness (from sedated to active).