Rooted Cadence Music Therapy
Amanda Rosado, MMT, LPMT, MT-BC, CDP
Find Your Rhythm. Trust Your Process.
Music experiences to support one’s health journey from teens through end-of-life.
In musical terms, “cadence” refers to either rhythm (e.g. the rate in which a piece is occurring), or a musical phrase, often either signifying the end, or not, of a piece.
Music experiences are deeply rooted in a person’s sense of who they are. Amanda believes that an authentic healing process involves grounding the therapy participant into listening to their own “cadence” - trusting and understanding their own voice and their own body, as a foundation to awaken to their fullest sense of self.
Areas of Support
Trauma/PTSD - Depression - Anxiety - Mindfulness - Resource Building - Identity Building - Life Transitions - LGBTQIA+ - Grief and Loss - Adolescent Mental Health - Adult Mental Health - Seniors - Dementia - End-of-Life Care
Amanda acknowledges that the land on which she lives and practices is the traditional unceded territory of the Piscataway, Manahoac & Nacotchtank Nations. Amanda encourages connection to land and community to encourage growth and healing. Learn more about indigenous communities through native-land.ca.