Part-time Master's Level Music Therapist moving to Full-time

*We may be able to get grant funding to start this as a full-time position.*
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About us:

Rehabilitative Rhythms is a non-profit organization that provides cutting edge services to individuals and facilities in the Denver metro area. We have 2 clinic locations and our team of 7 music therapists has approximately 30 years of clinical experience combined. We offer benefits on top of your pay (rather than taken out of your pay) and our employees may apply for student loan forgiveness. We are constantly striving to improve the pay, benefits, and work environment for our employees as well as innovating the services we provide. We are preparing for some exciting clinical additions in the coming year and are looking for a motivated and collaborative individual to join our team!

Therapists spend roughly 50% of their time in the clinic and 50% of their time in the community. Caseloads vary but include a mix of individuals and groups across the life span of developmental and neurologic impairments. Our clinics provide a supportive environment for frequent interactions and collaborations among our staff. We are innovative service providers who have developed a lot of new programs in the Denver area. We continue to innovate with programs such as our Adaptive Music Lab and our Aphasia Chorale:


Master's degree, board-certified (or eligible to be within 6 months), current driver's license and working vehicle, availability between 3 and 5:30 pm 4 days/week (for full-time), able to pass a background check

Position includes regularly scheduled mentorship, contributions to 401(k), mileage reimbursement, opportunities for advancement and flexible schedule.

Full-time salaried positions include continuing education reimbursement, AMTA and CAMT membership, paid holidays, PTO, flex days, mileage reimbursement, 401(k), life insurance and short-term disability insurance.

*Please include a cover letter telling us why you think you are the right candidate for this job.

We are especially interested in individuals who share 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.


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.

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.


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.

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.