Our music therapy team consists of board-certified music therapists, music therapy interns, and music volunteers
Board-Certified Music Therapists
Kelly Morris, MT-BC, GC-C
Kelly Morris, MT-BC, is the Music Therapy Coordinator at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. Kelly has a Bachelor's degree in music therapy with a minor in psychology from Appalachian State University as well as her certification in NICU Music Therapy. Additionally, she has completed training as a Grief Counselor to better serve and support patients and families. Kelly has been with Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital since 2012 in various Music Therapy roles, including clinical work, internship creation and coordination, supervising students, and maintaining departmental needs. Before joining our team, Kelly gained experience working in populations ranging from hospice to school settings to residential facilities, with patients ranging in age from infants to older adults. Kelly can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachel Beverly, MT-BC
Rachel Beverly, MT-BC, is the Hematology and Oncology Music Therapist at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital. She provides therapeutic services to patients within the Cancer and Blood Disorders Institute (CBDI), addressing a range of goals such as decreasing anxiety, reducing perception of pain, improving positive coping skills, and increasing relaxation. Rachel obtained her Bachelors of Music in Music Therapy with a minor in Psychology from Elizabethtown College, and completed her internship at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital. She has experience working with patients ranging in age from infancy to adulthood and has worked in various settings across the Tampa Bay, including patient homes, hospice facilities, and the Children's Cancer Center.
Music Therapy Clinical Internship Program
The Music Therapy Department serves as an American Music Therapy Association national roster clinical internship training site. Music therapy interns complete a 1,200 clinical hour internship and are selected through an application and interview process after completing a bachelor’s or master’s degree from an approved program.
For more information on how to apply to our internship program, please visit our internship program page.
The Music Therapy Department offers a music volunteer program through our Volunteer Resources. Music volunteers aid the music therapy team in helping patients cope, normalize the environment, and uplift the hospital setting. Music volunteers serve the hospital setting under the direction of the music therapist and complete an application, audition, and interview process.
For more information about volunteering, please visit our volunteer program page.