Welcome to Three Rivers Music Therapy, LLC
Three Rivers Music Therapy, LLC was founded in March of 2018. Our mission is to provide a stable therapeutic opportunity for individuals drawn to music where they have freedom, choice and control in the therapeutic process.
We aim to make a meaningful contribution to the lives of the individuals and families we serve by promoting health, wellness, safety and growth. We hope to improve the well-being of our client and the community by delivering person-first care.
Meet the Team
Allison Broaddrick, MT-BC
Allison Broaddrick is a board certified music therapist and member of the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA). During her studies at Duquesne University, she served as parliamentarian for both the regional and national American Music Therapy Association of Students. Allison is passionate about the importance of private practices and the expansion of access to music therapy services for individuals throughout the Pittsburgh Area.
Allison specializes in children and adolescents, specifically those with developmental delays and autism. She is very enthusiastic about working with individuals with multiple diagnoses, as well as those with medical conditions. While attending the University of Pittsburgh for a secondary degree in psychology, Allison was privileged to gain research experience at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. She hopes to continue producing research during her career.
Hannah Gudbaur, MT-BC, NMT
Hannah Gudbaur is a board certified music therapist. She received a bachelor of science in music therapy from Duquesne University. Hannah specializes in working with older adults and individuals of all ages with neurological conditions. She has experience working as both a music therapist and an activity aide in skilled nursing and rehab facilities as well as with individuals in their homes. Hannah also has clinical experience in schools and mental health settings.
Hannah believes that everyone has a unique connection to music, and by unlocking that connection, they are able to achieve more. She strives to help her clients connect to pieces of their past and make new and meaningful connections in the present that can be used to help motivate them to achieve goals. Hannah uses her compassionate, creative, and flexible personality to connect with her clients. Her passion for bringing joy to people and helping them to reach their highest quality of life through music are what drive her most.
In addition to music therapy, Hannah also teaches adaptive lessons on guitar, piano, violin, viola and vocals.
Miranda Murphy, MT-BC
Miranda Murphy is a Board-Certified Music Therapist. She received her Bachelors of Music in Music Therapy at Seton Hill University. Miranda specializes in working with individuals of all ages with intellectual disabilities and Autism. In addition, she has experience working within the school setting and teaching adaptive music lessons. Miranda’s primary instrument is the voice.
She believes that music gives individuals the ability to reach beyond the scope of their everyday routines and explore new ways to communicate, interact, and learn. Miranda is excited to increase the accessibility of music therapy services throughout Fayette and Westmorland Counties.
Anna Carter, MT-BC
Anna Carter is a board certified music therapist. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia with a focus in Horn. Anna specializes in working with individuals of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities. She has experience leading individualized music therapy sessions as well as adaptive lessons on piano, ukulele, guitar, and drums. She also has experience working in the group setting in schools and assisted living.
Anna is passionate about using music to encourage individuals to showcase their strengths and abilities. She uses interactive and engaging interventions to provide a fun and safe therapeutic environment. She is compassionate to all individuals and strives to provide intentional musical experiences to help them reach their highest potential.
Aaron Majiros is a student at Saint Mary of the Woods College where he is completing his music therapy equivalency distance program. He received his Bachelor of Music at West Liberty University for music technology with concentration on guitar. Aaron’s music therapy practicum experience consist of Wesley Family Services, UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital and Three Rivers Music Therapy. He will continue his music therapy studies as an intern at Three Rivers Music Therapy. Aaron has a passion for brining joy to others and helping them reach their goals through music.