DFW Location: 405 Harwood Rd, Bedford TX

 Hope Wentz is Sing Your Way Home's employee that works our contract with the Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD Department of Special Education.  She is a recent graduate of West Texas A&M University.

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Hope Wentz graduated from West Texas A&M's School of Music with her Bachelor's of Music in Music Therapy.  She completed her internship in a large public school district's special education program.  Hope is a Board Certified Music Therapist and now serves the same district's 400 special education students and 38 classrooms as an employee of Sing Your Way Home.  Hope combines her passion for music, people, and learning, to provide music therapy services to students ranging from life skills to functional academic skills.  She desires to enhance health-care and special education programs through high-quality music therapy interventions.  In her free time, Hope enjoys songwriting, reading, and hiking.


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Amy graduated with a Bachelor's of Music in Music Therapy from West Texas University in Canyon, TX.  She completed her internship at the Matheny Medical and Educational Center in Peacock, NJ and then began her graduate work at Colorado State University, in Fort Collins, CO.  Amy worked for Metro Music Therapy, serving the Denver metroplex and a wide variety of clients including:  Alzheimer's group homes, long term care facilities, adult day habilitation programs, and homebound and medically fragile children.  After marrying the man of her dreams and moving back to Texas, Amy began working as a music therapist for the special education program in a large public school district.  She recently completed 9 years of work for the district, serving over 400 students in 38 classrooms, ranging from life skills to functional academic skills each year.  Amy also contracted with a Medicaid Family Service Waiver program for 7 years on a part time basis, serving clients in their homes as a part of their community integration program.  Fulfilling a long desire to return to San Angelo to be near family, Amy and her family recently moved back to the Concho Valley and looks forward to bringing music therapy to this area.  Amy serves the Southwestern Region of the American Music Therapy Association (www.swamta.com) as Treasurer, and the American Music Therapy Association (www.musictherapy.org) as a representative on the financial advisory committee.