Music Therapy and Adaptive Lessons Instructors
Updated: Jan 25
Sarah Alfred-Levow, MT-BC
Music Therapy and Adaptive Lessons
Sarah holds a Bachelor’s degree in music therapy from Temple University’s Boyer College of Music and Dance, with a concentration in piano. She has 2 years of experience working with children and adults in educational, rehabilitative, and private practice settings. Sarah also has over 2 years of teaching experience providing private piano instruction to students ages 5-18. She has served as an accompanist for several musical productions and as a music director for camp programs in the Philadelphia and New York area.
Sarah completed her 1000 clinical hours of internship by designing and facilitating individual and group sessions for children diagnosed with ADHD, ASD, and emotional-behavioral conditions. Through a holistic framework of therapy, she supports clients in optimizing their emotional, psychological, social, physical, and spiritual health through music-based interventions.
Allison Hutchinson, MT-BC
Music Therapy, Adaptive Lessons, and Voice Instruction
Allison earned her Bachelor's Degree in Music from West Chester University; vocal concentration. She is currently pursuing her Masters in Music Therapy at Immaculata University, and is a board certified music therapist (MT-BC).
Allison has over 15 years’ experience teaching voice at her private studio in Harleysville PA, including a student-led acapella group. She has performance experience as a staff vocalist at a historical church in Philadelphia (St Timothy’s Roxborough) and most recently, as a vocalist at Calvary Church Souderton and Quakertown.
During her studies at Immaculata, Allison has had the opportunity to work in many different clinical settings as a music therapy intern. This includes Easter Seals in Lansdale, Livengrin Foundation in Bensalem, Holisticare Hospice, and most recently a year-long internship with Abington hospital at the Asplundh Cancer Center, Hospice, and Inpatient Psych facility. Allison enjoys working with a wide variety of people and believes in the power of music to facilitate expression and promote health and learning.