Clinical Music is offered

Live, Bedside and Tailored to the Patient's Needs in the Moment

Susan Haas, Certified Therapeutic Musician- Certified Clinical Musician (CTM-CCM) 

Clinical Music is live harp music directed to a patient's immediate needs in the service of promoting physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. 

It requires nothing of the patient.

Supported by extensive scientific evidence, this modality is gaining recognition in

healthcare and  palliative care facilities.

Playing the harp for over 40 years, Susan Haas is certified as a Clinical Musician, accredited by The National Standards Board for Therapeutic Music.  She seeks a contracted position at a hospital or hospice facility, or multiple facilities in Austin. 

Potential Benefits:

  • Stress relief & relaxation 
  • Improved sleep 
  • Alleviation of muscle tension 
  • Lowered blood pressure 
  • Lowered heart rate 
  • Stabilized oxygenation levels 
  • Reduction of pain & anxiety 
  • Enhanced recall in Alzheimer's patients 
  • Comfort during end of life transitions 
  • Emotional levity and/or catharsis 
  • Cultivates peace and deep stillness

Possible Settings: 

  • Hospitals 
  • Hospice Facilities 
  • Nursing Homes and Skilled Nursing
  • Alzheimer's Units & Memory Care 
  • Cancer Centers 
  • Yoga Studios & Group Sound Baths 
  • Private In-Home Sessions for the Ill
  • Private Sound Healing Sessions
  •  Health and Wellness Retreats
  • Guided Sound Meditation Sessions
  • Office Time-Out or Business Retreats 
Music can reach people in ways that words cannot. It can penetrate to the deepest levels of the self and help bring about profound healing and transformation.” - Oliver Sacks, Neurologist, Music Researcher and Author