Elizabeth received her graduate degree from Colorado State University in 2015 and her undergraduate degree from Eastern Michigan University in 1998. She has been board certified since 1998. She earned her neurologic music therapy (NMT) certification from Colorado State University in 2001 and was granted fellowship in 2006. As founder, owner and operator of MTS of GA, Beth is still an active therapist who specializes in autism and other neurologic conditions. She is a credentialed early interventionist and teaches both piano and guitar lessons.
In addition to managing our three clinics and supervising the MTS of GA staff, Beth provides music therapy services in our Roswell clinic, teaches The Music Class program and runs and organizes our summer camps. She also works as an adjunct staff member at the P.E.O.T.S.I. Summer Camp and at the wellness retreats for the staff at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Beth served as an artist in residence with The Decatur City Schools in 2011 and she continues to provide consultative services throughout metro Atlanta. Beth also trains teachers, therapists and parents throughout the Southeast in ways to use music-making for success in their environments. Beth is also a singing member of the AWC Chorus.
Beth is a regular presenter at professional conferences. She is also an active participant with several national and local organizations. She currently is a member of the Georgia Music Therapy Advisory Group; helping the Secretary of State manage the state licensure for music therapists. Beth has recently served on the national reimbursement committee with AMTA (American Music Therapy Association) and the continuing education committee of CBMT (Certification Board for Music Therapists).
2008 Article: “Music Therapy: Seeing – and Hearing – is Believing”
Brittany Taylor- Stewart
Brittany received her Bachelor in Music Therapy from The University of Georgia. She enjoys taking her love for music therapy abroad and has traveled to Venezuela in 2010, as well as in Costa Rica in 2014 to attend conferences. She has also traveled to Jamaica in 2013 to work with children with special needs in orphanages. Brittany works full time as a music therapist for Fulton County Schools.
She provides services in our Suwanee clinic 1-2 afternoons a week.
Bridget recently received her Bachelor of Music Therapy from Florida State University. During her time at Florida State, she marched for the Marching Chiefs where she played her primary instrument, the euphonium. She completed her internship at Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida.
Bridget provides 1:1 therapy sessions, social skills groups and piano lessons at our Roswell location.
Jessica Brodley-Lopez recently received her Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy from The Florida State University. During her time at FSU, she received her certifications in Special Education and Neonatal Intensive Care.
Jessi plays guitar and piano as well as her primary instrument, voice. Besides working full time with Fulton County Schools as a music therapist, she directs Rising Stars, our summer camp program for special needs children. Jessi provides services at our Roswell clinic. Jessi completed training in Neurologic Music Therapy in 2017.
Jessica received her Master’s in Music Therapy from Colorado State University and her undergraduate degrees from the University of Georgia in Music Therapy and Music Education. She completed her music therapy internship in Colorado working dually in a nursing home and for children with various special needs. Following internship, she worked at the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind as a music teacher and therapist. Jessica completed training in Neurologic Music Therapy in 2013.
Jessica provides therapy services in our Suwanee and Roswell clinics. She also provides music therapy for the Ellis School, a school in Atlanta for children with multiple disabilities, including deaf/blindness