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Samantha’s mission is to strengthen, guide, and empower parents, children, and adults to develop emotional awareness, improve social skills, and gain effective coping skills resulting in improved peer relationships, increased family harmony, and a calmer & more relaxed demeanor. She is a board-certified music therapist, a Positive Discipline Parent Educator, and a registered Music Together teacher. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from Utah State University and completed her Masters of Music with a specialization in Music Therapy degree from Colorado State University. She is a Neurological Music Therapy Fellow and a Dialectical Behavior Therapy-informed Music Therapist. When she is not working, Samantha enjoys spending time with her husband, children, and extended family. They enjoy fishing, camping, and other outdoor adventures.

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Gabrielle is originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where she completed 1,200 clinical hours and received her Bachelors in Music Therapy from Temple University. After completing her coursework, Gabrielle was drawn to the Idaho mountains and outdoor lifestyle, which led her to recently re-locate to Boise. Gabrielle believes in the unique ability of music to strengthen bonds between family and loved ones, ultimately guiding the development of her client-centered approach to therapy. Music therapy should revolve around a healthy relationship between client, therapist, and the shared music experience. Gabrielle loves biking around Boise with her dog, working on her garden, and playing guitar in her spare time.



We are so excited to welcome Marion Kaiser to our team! She is originally from Las Vegas, NV where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from UNLV. She relocated to New York where she studied at Molloy College for a Master of Science in Music Therapy Degree and worked as a music therapist for 3 years in Brooklyn. Marion’s approach to music therapy is humanistic and emphasizes the importance of building a relationship with clients. She strives to assist them in discovering ways to express themselves and reach their goals through meaningful and interactive music-making experiences. Her passion for music therapy has continued to grow through her experience working with children with special needs, adults with dementia, and working closely with family members of clients. Marion is excited about her recent move to Boise and loves singing, writing music, hiking, taking yoga classes, and attending concerts in her spare time.



Ammon graduated from Boise State University in 2021 with a Bachelors in Psychology, a Minor in American Sign Language, and a Certificate in Conflict Management. He is an Intervention Specialist. When not at work Ammon enjoys cooking and crocheting. 

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