2017 Eldercare Music Therapy Benchmark Report Out Now

You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know… (yet!)

…but when it comes to business, knowledge is power.


That’s why you need the brand new Eldercare Music Therapy Benchmark Report.


With data analysis from a national survey of music therapists, wrapped in guidance from a music therapy business owner with 13+ years in eldercare, this report will help you:

  • Make strategic decisions for your business
  • Feel confident in the rates you charge and the policies you set
  • Communicate clearly and firmly with your customers about your rates and policies
  • Increase your revenue and profitability so you can grow your biz and help more people

Get your copy now for just $69.

Ready to feel like the smart and savvy business owner you are?

Download your copy. Compare your numbers and business policies.

Then make some strategic decisions about how to move your business forward.


You just don’t want to download it and forget about it, okay? About that…

Add On Coaching Support: Move From Download to Decisions

Want some added support in making decisions for YOUR biz?

Add on a private strategic planning coaching call with Rachelle.

In your coaching call with Rachelle, you can hone in on the parts of the report that matter most to your biz, and make the most important strategic decisions that will benefit your business most in the near future.

A single coaching call with Rachelle is $197.

But for a limited time, you can get your benchmark study AND your strategic planning call for $169.

So… are you in?

Get the information you can’t get anywhere else. Then make the best decisions for your biz.

About the Author

Rachelle Norman, MA, MT-BC, has spent the last 13+ years in private practice providing music therapy and related services in eldercare organizations. She’s also on the music therapy faculty at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College and has served in leadership roles in eldercare and music therapy organizations on the local, regional and national levels.

Rachelle believes that the best way towards making sure all older adults have access to music therapy is to help music therapists build healthy and sustainable businesses. Let’s make it happen, colleagues!