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Online sessions are offered with a licensed and board-certified music therapist for those who have been approved.*

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Integrative music support groups utilize music to encourage positive changes in mood and overall well-being. These online sessions may include music listening, discussion, interpretation, creative expression, song-writing, or other music interventions. Some of the documented benefits of music therapy include improved self-esteem and self-confidence, decreased feelings of anxiety and depression, increased motivation and focus, increased ability to identify and articulate emotions, and stronger connections to other people.

Online sessions are offered with Kayla Connick, LPMT, MT-BC, for first responders and those affected by the Route 91 tragedy who have been approved for this no-cost integrative service through the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center. Kayla is a classically trained violinist with 10 years of experience playing solo repertoire, in orchestral groups, and in quartets while expanding to jazz, folk, and rock styles of playing. She is also proficient in guitar, piano, mandolin, ukulele, and hand percussion instruments. Kayla is passionate about music therapy within the community and believes that music itself, combined with understanding and empathy, allows each individual space to show their strengths and true potential.

*Prior approval by the Behavioral Health Coordinator is required to participate. Requests can be submitted through the Resiliency Center's website or by calling 702-455-2433. Visit to learn more about other services available, such as art therapy and meditation/mindfulness.

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The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center is a place of healing and support dedicated to serving as a multi-agency resource and referral center for residents, visitors, and responders affected by the shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival; victims of crime throughout Nevada; and Southern Nevada first responders. The center is managed by Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada.

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