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This area is currently under construction!

Our 6 therapist team covers Fort Collins through Denver and we’re excited to introduce them in an engaging way that’s relevant to you.

 
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Chelsie Ozga, MT-BC, NMT, Owner-Operator

While getting her Music Therapy degree, Chelsie worked in a hospital as an activities aide. She spent the majority of her time working in the memory care and brain injury unit. Chelsie became extraordinarily passionate about the use of music in a medical setting when memory care patients began sharing stories after singing with her. Brain injured patients began utilizing atrophied limbs to play instruments. Best of all, the hospital had many families coming to visit.  Music gave loved ones a way to connect and become empowered.

After graduating, Chelsie moved to Colorado to become a board certified Neurologic Music Therapist.  She began working with infants, children, teens and adults with ASD, Down Syndrome, mitochondrial disorder, developmental delay, epilepsy, depression/anxiety, ADHD, dyslexia, behavioral/interpersonal disorders and sensory processing disorders.  Chelsie has also helped children work through typical but difficult issues like bullies, lack of motivation in school, low self-esteem and family issues.

Chelsie is no longer accepting new clients as she focuses on ensuring that all Music Plus clients receive a meaningful, excellent service.


Bonnie Houpt, MT-BC

Bonnie graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy where she studied percussion as her primary instrument for four years with piano, voice, and guitar as secondary instruments. During her studies, Bonnie served as the president of the University of Georgia’s Music Therapy Student Association, serving both the Athens, GA community and the University’s music therapy student’s department. Bonnie completed her music therapy internship and provided music therapy at the Madonna School in Omaha, NE, a private school for students with disabilities. After her internship and graduation, Bonnie moved to Colorado and has provided in-home music therapy for a population she is passionate about: individuals with disabilities including autism, cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome, and other intellectual and physical disabilities.

Bonnie provides music therapy services at Music Plus Longmont clinic location:

Sample Supports 620 S Kimbark St, Longmont, CO 80501