Julie Schlosser, MT-BC
Elizabeth Stevenson, MT-BC
Julie Schlosser graduated from Mansfield University with a Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy. She interned at Forbes Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, working with older adults, and Forbes Regional Hospital in the short-term psychiatric department. She earned her board-certification in music therapy in 2002 and has worked with a variety of populations including early childhood, intellectually disabled adults, senior citizens, and school-aged children with autism and intellectual disabilities. Julie is the owner of Momentum Music Services (formerly Arts for All) and has been providing music therapy services, early childhood music, community music experiences, and traditional and adaptive music lessons throughout the Twin Tiers region since 2005.
Elizabeth Stevenson graduated from Elizabethtown College with a Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy. She interned at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic before coming to work at Momemntum Music Services (formerly Arts for All) in January of 2015 as a board-certified music therapist. She currently provides music therapy services in the Wellsboro-Mansfield area, serving the school-age and early childhood populations, as well as teaching traditional and adaptive lessons and providing community music experiences. She is also a certified "Drums Alive" instructor.