Annie Murphy – Intern
Annie has a passion for helping other people discover their true self and implement positive changes in their lives. She is a board-certified music therapist who received her BA in Music Therapy from Arizona State University and is currently completing her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wake Forest University.
She became a music therapist to combine her love for music with her love for helping others but found herself wanting to be able to dig deeper with her clients. She hopes to be able to pull from her background in music therapy to reach clients in a creative, unique way.
Annie has professional experience working school-age children with various diagnoses, adults in recovery from substance use disorder, and older adults both with and without memory issues. She works to create a collaborative, empathetic space for her clients to learn more about themselves and challenge them to grow.
Areas of Specialty
- Depression & Anxiety
- Substance Use Disorders
- Children, Adolescents, & Young Adults
- Individual Therapy
- Change & Transition
- Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Using Music to Cope with Anxiety
Most of us spend our days listening to music whether it is on our commute to work, while cooking dinner, doing chores around the house,