Affiliated Clinical Training Sites

The Music Therapy program at the Frost School of Music maintains affiliations with multiple hospitals and agencies in the greater Miami area. Students fulfill practicum and research requirements within these facilities.

Site: Miami Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System
Clients: Veterans with PTSD and other mental health conditions

Site: Children’s Resource Fund
Clients: School-aged children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder

Site: Claridge House Nursing Home
Clients: Older adults with dementia 

Site: Greater Heights Academy
Clients: School-aged children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder

Site: Jackson Health System
This world-renowned system includes the following hospitals: 

Holtz Children’s Hospital
Clients: Children and adolescents who are hospitalized

Jackson Behavioral Health Hospital
Clients: Adults with mental health disorders

Ryder Trauma Center, Rehabilitation Program
Clients: Adults with neurological insults, such as a Traumatic Brain Injury

Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care (PPEC)
Clients: Toddlers and preschoolers with developmental delays and medical care needs

Site: Miami-Dade Correctional and Rehabilitation Facility
Clients: Inmates with mental health conditions

Site: Miller School of Medicine
This world-famous school in the University of Miami includes the following facilities 

The Debbie Institute of the Mailman Center for Child Development
Clients: Toddlers and preschoolers with either developmental delays or hearing impairments

Sylvester Cancer Center
Clients: Adults with cancer diagnoses 

Site: Nicklaus Children’s Hospital
Clients: Children and Adolescents who are hospitalized

Site: Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care
Clients: Older adults who are terminally ill 

Site: The WOW Center
Clients: Adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities

Site: United Community Options
Clients: Children, adolescents, and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities