Anita L. Gadberry is a board certified music therapist. She has degrees in music therapy from the Univeristy of Kansas (Ph.D.), Texas Woman's University (MA), and Southwestern Oklahoma State University (BM).

David L. Gadberry teaches in a variety of music education settings. He holds degrees (MM, BME) from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and holds a doctoral degree in music education from the University of Kansas.

What is Music Therapy?

Music therapy is the systematic use of music and the relationships that develop among the therapist, client, and music to promote health in areas such as communication skills, motor skills, interpersonal skills, and cognition. In the United States, music therapists are recognizable by the credential Board Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC).

What is Music Education?

Music Education strives to increase the understanding and production of the unique means of cognition that is music. Because music is a part of all cultures in the world, it has a relevant, vital role in the curriculum for education at all levels.