Sariah Uzcategui

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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. 

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 has experience working with infants, children and young adults with developmental disabilities, neuro-typical children and young adults, and older adults with degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s. Additionally, Sariah has experience leading group exercise programs and choirs for adults with Parkinson’s disease.

Sariah was formally trained in piano and voice, and teaches piano, voice, and beginning guitar, in addition to providing music therapy services. She also enjoys playing a variety of instruments such as ukulele, viola, and hand drums in and outside of music therapy sessions. She loves singing with her church choir and dancing for exercise and enjoyment!