Mission Statement

Our mission is to expand public access to innovative music-making and music therapy services.

The Vision

Our vision is to increase access to services that unlock potential and improve quality of life. We strive to provide family and patient-centered care, advance research, and facilitate collaboration in an environment inclusive of neurologic and developmental differences.

Our Values


We feel that individuals with neurologic and developmental differences add value to our society, and we strive to provide a service that makes their lives better.

Access & Sustainability

We strive to have services reimbursed whenever possible and actively seek to provide solutions when the financial need arises. We know that our individuals and families need well-rounded support and may work with other specialists before us, in concert with us, or after us in order to achieve sustainable therapeutic change.


We recognize that individuals and families have different needs in different seasons of their lives, and we address those needs by actively listening to them, allowing time for discussion, and exploring ways to innovate what we offer.


We celebrate all of the nuances that make each individual on our team and in our portfolio unique. We honor the strengths of the individuals we serve, and we match each person’s needs with therapists who have strengths in serving them.

Relationships & Community

We treat all individuals with respect and nurture our connections with individuals and families, colleagues, community partners, and co-workers. We believe in collaboration and we employ thoughtful planning to provide our services in the most inclusive ways possible.


We are committed to finding the best solutions for our individuals and families, so we engage in continual learning, knowledge sharing, and research that supports innovation and improves our field.

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We Use Music Therapy To Change Lives

If other therapies have not supported you or your loved one in reaching goals when it comes to speech issues, physical challenges, cognitive ability, or social difficulties, music therapy could help you create new possibilities.

We help our clients go from feeling frustrated with other treatment options, to being empowered toward the progress they crave, through customized, evidence-based music interventions trusted around the world. Let us help you create new possibilities and reach goals regarding speech issues, physical challenges, cognitive ability, or social difficulties.

Experience & Excellence

As the only 501(c)(3) nonprofit music therapy practice in Colorado that focuses on exclusively individuals with neurologic and developmental differences, we believe they add value to our society. 25 years of experience, continual research, and open collaboration with other specialists and community organizations are just a few of the ways we help our clients create breakthroughs in their health and well-being.


Driven By Research.

Designed Around Your Needs.

To unlock potential with our clients, we use scientifically validated music therapy techniques—but that doesn’t stop us from having fun in the process. We’ll make sure that the “best practices” in music therapy match what’s best for you!

“My son has tried therapies such as Acupuncture, horseback riding, and ABA, but music therapy fosters his creativity, self esteem, learning different topics, focus, self regulation, and more. Music is part of who he is.”

RRMT Parent

“I trust RRMT’s philosophy and approach because of the progress my son has shown through the years of working with them. Music therapy has increased his strength, speech loudness, mobility, balance and fine motor skills.”

RRMT Parent

“The team at RRMT is professional, supportive, and friendly. You can see the attention they give to doing what they believe will produce results even if it is over the long haul.”

Stroke Patient

“Our son has always been drawn to music and so it was clear to us to get him involved in music therapy as soon as we found out about it. It's been an extremely natural fit for him and one of the best decisions we've made for him so far. We've seen him thrive and advance much further with music therapy than with any other therapy!”

RRMT Parent

“Music therapy is fun! I look forward to coming each week, and with consistent practice at home, I have experienced significant improvement in my fine motor skills and my ability to mentally focus.”

Workman’s Comp Patient

“Our son has learned how to be much more social with his peers, which his music social group has played a big role in. He is able to focus and communicate his thoughts and feelings much better. We couldn't be happier with RRMT and we're so incredibly grateful and happy we found RRMT!”

RRMT Parent

“Everyone at RRMT is enthusiastic about their chosen profession. As a participant in a research study, I worked briefly with several different therapists. The environment at RRMT is very comfortable and welcoming, a happy place!”

Brain Injury Patient

“We have thoroughly enjoyed working with Bekah and learning the various techniques that she uses with our son to encourage him to talk and sing, as well as pay attention. His speech has improved tremendously throughout the years while having music therapy!”

RRMT Parent

“RRMT has has gone above and beyond the scope of just my daughter's therapist. They’re warm and welcoming, and I can tell that music therapy triggers her brain. She loves it!”

RRMT Parent

“When I am struggling with fine motor control or have attention difficulties due to Parkinson's disease, I can usually lessen those symptoms by practicing the skills that I have been working on in my NMT sessions. Also, I am just really enjoying being able to play the piano!”

Parkinson’s Patient

“We LOVE Bekah more than any other therapist and have had better results (increase in expressive language) than with any other activity or therapy.”

RRMT Parent

“The rhythm of music helps our daughter to better organize and produce louder, clearer, more frequent expressive language.”

RRMT Parent