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Founded in Salt Lake City, UT in 2011 to provide exceptional music therapy services, workshops, and education to the community on evidence-based medicine in music therapy.
Measured By Music is independently owned and operated by Emily Bailey, MM, SCMT, MT-BC. Measured By Music is a continuation of her independent contracting services that were provided in Colorado since 2008.
Emily B Polichette, MM, SCMT, MT-BC
Providing individualized treatment and services with measurable outcomes to individuals, groups, and businesses.
Emily Polichette is a Board Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC #08515). Her National Provider Identifier (NPI) is 1952682023. She received her Master’s of Music Therapy in 2011 and Bachelor’s of Music therapy in 2007 from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO. She became a State Certified Music Therapist with the State of Utah in October 2014.
Emily specializes in developing and implementing music therapy interventions grounded in the transformational design model as best practices and evidence-based practice. She has been working as a board certified music therapist since 2007. Emily began independent contracting with individual clients, facilities, and companies in 2008.
She works full time as a member of the Expressive Therapies Department at the University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute (UNI) and the 5West Psychiatric Unit at the University of Utah Main Hospital. Emily serves the adult inpatient population. She has contributed to the facility through educating at Brown Bag Lecture Series on music therapy in mental health, co-presenting with fellow music therapist to psychiatric residents and medical interns on the efficacy of music therapy in mental health, assisting with changes to electronic medical records program (Epic transition from Powerchart), and music therapy services provided. She has been working at UNI since 2011.
Emily has been seeing private clients in Utah that have suffered neural trauma. She specializes in comprehensive and measurable assessments that provide the opportunity to measure success in music therapy treatment.
She formerly subcontracted through Therapeutic Arts Resources. Her work for the company was working in residential care for adolescents with mental health disorders.
Outside of her clinical profession, Emily enjoys engaging in music and taking advantage of the outdoors. She hails originally from Kentucky and has an avid love for bluegrass and old time music. As a trumpet player, Emily is a huge fan of orchestral and jazz music. Colorado was a wonderful place for exploring the mountains and mountaineering. Emily is overjoyed for a number of reasons, including the outdoors access Utah provides, for her relocation to Salt Lake City in 2011.
Consultations: Consultations are designed to assist patients, families, parents, teachers, and treatment facilities understand how to increase, decrease, or modify behaviors outside of a treatment session format. Measure By Music will provide an assessment, individualized music-based treatment plan, teach the necessary tools to implement the plan, and a follow up assessment on effectiveness.
Individual Therapy: Measured By Music provides 1:1 treatment for person of all ages. When appropriate, these services may include caregivers, families, and consultations with other therapists and treatment team members.
Group Therapy: Measure By Music provides group treatments for facilities addressing group goals and objectives including physical exercise, cognitive functioning (memory exercises, attention exercises, and executive function training), sensory integration, and social skills.
Co-Treatment: Measured By Music believes strongly in the value of an interdisciplinary approach. Individual or group sessions may be enhanced by the co-facilitation of a music therapist with other therapists (physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists, psychotherapists, or social workers) to directly address patient needs.
In-services and Workshops: Measured By Music offers both in-services and workshops to facilities, companies, and institutions. In-services may include education on the field of music therapy, uses of music therapy, music and the developing or pathologic brain, impact of neuroscience research in music for the medical field, and can be designed to fit the individualized needs of the organization. Workshops are designed to match the unique needs of your organization. Workshop goals may include increasing productivity, encouraging creativity, teambuilding, improving group communication, and stress or emotional release.