“As a music therapist, I am honored to be able to witness the insight and hope that music can bring to our clients at Integrative Life Center.” – Rylie Webber
Rylie Webber is a board certified music therapist who decided to move back to her hometown of Nashville, TN after several years of being away from the city that she knows and loves as home. Rylie believes in music’s unique ability to help us reach our own goals through improved connection with others and deepened self-awareness.
Rylie has an eclectic background of music therapy experience, including work with individuals with various mental health and/or medical needs, individuals in end-of-life care, as well as individuals with a wide range of neurologic, intellectual and/or developmental needs. Rylie currently serves on the Tennessee Association of Music Therapy’s Task Force and supervises practicum students from Belmont University’s Music Therapy Program. Rylie balances her time as a clinical music therapist at Integrative Life Center with her work at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, as well as with a wide range of clients and groups in Nashville through her private practice, Marigold Music Therapy, LLC.
Rylie received her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Therapy from Loyola University in New Orleans and is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Music Therapy from Temple University in Philadelphia, through a long-distance learning program. Rylie enjoys creating, listening to, and sharing music of all kinds with others.