Sariah’s instrumental strengths include:
· Piano (Classically trained)
· Voice (Classically trained)
· Orff instruments
Sariah’s Core values are: EXCELLENCE, INTEGRITY, COMMUNITY.
Sariah Uzcategui is a licensed and nationally board-certified music therapist. Sariah received her degree in Music Therapy from Colorado State University and completed her clinical internship at Fulton County Public Schools. While studying at Colorado State University, Sariah received direct education and clinical observation from nationally recognized researchers and developers of Neurologic Music Therapy, and used these techniques under their supervision to help children and adults develop and maintain speech and motor function.
Before joining the George Center team, Sariah worked as the sole music therapist for Atlanta Public Schools, creating group music interventions for Elementary students across the district with developmental delays, traumatic brain injury, autism and cerebral palsy.
Sariah is currently facilitating, or has facilitated, a Parkinson’s Choir, The Giving Tree (an intergenerational preschool and older adult program), and Aroura Day Camp (a summer camp for children with cancer and their siblings).
Additionally, Sariah has experience serving individual clients including infants, children and young adults with developmental disabilities, neuro-typical children and young adults, and older adults with degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s.