Music Therapy

While our response to COVID-19 has changed the way we are doing things, our services to families and individuals continue. All group sessions remain suspended at this time, but we are resuming individual in-person and telehealth sessions. All in-person services will be carefully scheduled, and conducted with contact precautions and pre-screening questionnaires. All existing or new clients will be provided with more specific directions. Free music therapy consultations may still be done via phone or telehealth. We value your patience and flexibility as we develop the best ways to meet your needs through music.

You can email or call us during regular business hours Monday-Friday: (304) 293-4692, option 9; musictherapy@hsc.wvu.edu

Team

  • Grace Lauzon, MM, MT-BC

    Grace Lauzon is a board-certified music therapist (MT-BC) and has additional certifications in neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) music therapy and Orff-Schulwerk Level I. Grace earned her Music Therapy Equivalency (2016) and her Master of Music in Music Therapy (2019) at the University of Kentucky. In addition to her clinical work, Grace serves as an adjunct professor of music therapy at WVU. She teaches introductory courses in music therapy and serves as a practicum supervisor for upper-level music therapy students.

    Grace completed her music therapy internship with the Tampa Bay Institute for Music Therapy (2016). She has trained and worked in a variety of pediatric and adult settings: special education, healthcare, inpatient psychiatry, community music, music wellness, and assisted living/skilled nursing. Her primary research interests are human development across the lifespan, multicultural approaches, music and the brain, and interdisciplinary collaboration.