Music4Health invites participants to explore uplifting music.
Grades 4 – 6 and Parents
Children ages 4th-6th grade and their parents will be invited to explore their own individuality as they write new lyrics to an existing pop song. Participants will also have an opportunity to develop an appreciation for the differences between themselves and others, building confidence in oneself and empathy and compassion for others. Valuable lessons learned in 30 minutes while having fun!
Who: Grades 4 – 6 and Parents
When: April 5, 12:30 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Where: University of Redlands – Orton Center
Our Board Certified Music Therapists
Kelli Schofield is a Licensed Music Educator and Board Certified Music Therapist. She holds a degree in Piano Pedagogy and a BA in Music Therapy from the University of Utah. Kelli is the Co-founder and Vice President of Music4Health.
Kimberly Smith Ensign
Kimberly Smith Ensign is a Board Certified Music Therapist. She first received her BS degree in Psychology in 1997 followed by her BA degree in Music Therapy in 2006 from Eastern Michigan University. Kimberly currently serves a wide variety of local populations including people with special needs and the elderly in end of life care through her business Butterfly Music Medicine Music Therapy Services.
Robert R. Heinze, AIF®, AIFA®,CFP®
Managing Director/Investments, Branch Manager