Hannah Rhinehart is a licensed and nationally board certified music therapist, neurologic music therapist, and is certified in music therapy assisted childbirth.
Hannah received her degree in Music Therapy from The University of Georgia and completed her clinical internship at The George Center, Inc. Additionally, Hannah is fluent in American Sign Language and specializes in work with children and adults with developmental delays, traumatic brain injury, and adults with neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Dementia.
Previously, Hannah has served as the director of Camp Sparrowwood (a camp for children and adults with mild to moderate developmental disabilities), a special needs coordinator, curriculum developer, and consultant for religious organizations implementing special needs programs, and children's music director.
Hannah has experience working with infants, children, and adults with developmental disabilities, substance abuse, emotional/behavioral disorders, individual and group memory care, grief support, procedural support, traumatic brain injury, educational and vocational programs, neuro-typical childhood development, and more through educational and clinical treatment.
Hannah received formal training in voice and also enjoys playing a wide variety of instruments in and outside of her music therapy sessions including piano, guitar, ukulele, bass, drums, and flute. She continues to enjoy performing for hire, giving voice lessons and coaching, and composing award winning show choir arrangements for middle and high schools throughout the state.