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About

About

Allison is a multi-genre artist and musician (Board-Certified Music Therapist, business owner, trombonist, DJ/Producer). She has played trombone since age 12 and graduated from University of Louisville’s music therapy program in 2010.She is the  owner of Restorative Sound, LLC and serves as the Local Community and Partnerships Manager with the Louisville Orchestra. She’s had the pleasure of helping to launch and develop a few of the extra curricular music programs in Louisville (AMPED, Louisville Leopards, Out Loud Louisville). Allison enjoys building friendship with people from all walks of life!

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Partnes

Partners

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Luke Anderson (they/them)

Luke has been with Restorative Sound for short of a year, recently concluding their internship with us. They work with populations in early development, autism spectrum disorder, and different areas of adolescent psych. Though Luke loves singing and playing guitar for a lyric analysis, their favorite instrument by far is percussion! 

Outside of Restorative Sound, Luke also works with the Louisville Leopard Percussionists as a director, teacher, and arranger. They work with both percussion ensembles and steel bands that travel and perform in the community. Luke travels as a percussion specialist and tech for many public middle and high school bands, working with their percussion students. Luke also techs for marching seasons as well. 

Outside of music, Luke loves nature and geocaching. They often can be found exploring in the Germantown and Highlands area. They also a strong advocate in social justice work. They are also on the look out for weird and cool earrings, coffee mugs, and bracelets

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Destiny Carter

Destiny Carter is a multi-disciplinary creative, musician and DJ who is passionate about community engagement, the arts, and wellness. After studying music production and trombone performance at the University of Kentucky, and Berklee College of Music, she applied her knowledge to educational groups across Kentuckiana with private trombone lessons, group ensembles, summer music camps, and homeschool students. Her passion for the kids, and childhood development lead her to Restorative Sound, where she now assists and co-lead group sessions with babies, toddlers, and preschoolers 

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Chris Millett

Chris Millett, MM, MT-BC (he/him) is a music therapy clinician and educator that identifies from a Community Music Therapy (CoMT) theoretical orientation. After a decade, his clinical experience includes a wide range of populations including adolescents in group residential care, pediatric and adult medical populations, addiction recovery, senior living and memory care, neurodivergent communities, and more.

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Zoey Mullins

Zoey Mullins (she/her) is a music therapy intern with Restorative Sound, and is attending the University of Louisville for a Bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy. Zoey is passionate about early childhood development, prison reform, and accessibility in music. She is a percussion primary and she started her musical journey at 7 years old, on the piano

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What Is Music Therapy?

Music Therapy is the clinical & evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program. Music therapy interventions can address a variety of healthcare & educational goals: