Trisha is a board-certified music therapist who specializes in the treatment of trauma and grief and loss in children and adolescents. Trisha has experience working with children, teens, and adults with a range of needs including those with neurologic and neurocognitive disorders. Regardless of the reason for seeking services, Trisha works to support each individual’s strengths, autonomy, and self-efficacy. In viewing individuals through an anti-oppressive framework, Trisha works from a stance of neurodiversity and supports acceptance for those identifying as LGBTQIA+.
In addition to her clinical work, Trisha actively engages in contributing to the body of scholarly work supportive of music therapy. Trisha has presented at the American Music Therapy Association’s National and Regional conferences and enjoys supporting music therapy advocacy through engagement in workshops and clinical consultation. Outside of work, Trisha enjoys being outdoors, reading, and performing in wind ensembles.
Trisha is currently accepting new clients.
Education and Affiliations: Master of Music in Music Therapy at Ohio University, Bachelor of Science in Music & Psychology from Central Michigan University
Insurances Accepted: N/A
Languages Spoken: English