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“Everything comes as a great surprise. I’m very thankful that I’m accepted as a girl drummer because, one time, there was no such thing.” ~Viola Smith

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On June 23, Le'Daviah competed in the Miss South Carolina Teen Pageant for the first time and placed Third Runner-Up! She remains holding the title Miss Simpsonville Teen.

Mending Minds Through Music

Mind. Body. Music.

Promoting the usage of music therapy as a gateway to expression, coping mechanism and mental health alleviator

Receptive music therapy is the act of listening to music. Whether you are taking song suggestions or choosing your own music, having the ability to relax your mind and receive music helps heal the mind.

Recreative music therapy is learning an already established piece and making it your own. This could be singing your favorite song or playing a popular tune on a piano.

Improvisation is finding ways to be spontaneous in your music making. This gives the musician the opportunity to play what their heart desires with no boundaries.

Similar to improvisation, composition music therapy allows the artist to compose their own music. This also has no limitations.

Any of these four forms of Music Therapy is proven to implement anxiety, stress, self-esteem, coping, and so much more!



Why Music Therapy?

I was three years old when I fell in love with music and began playing the piano. As time passed, I began to branch out to different instruments and I realized naturally I gravitated to specific genres or instruments based upon my emotional standing. I never fully understood this concept, but I knew that there was something unique about this approach. While in high school, I experienced many mental hardships and always found music as a cure. I found myself using my drum-set when I was in rage and piano when I was in despair. I researched my behaviors and concluded that I was practicing a form of Music Therapy. Improvisation is one of the four forms of Music Therapy which improved my distress and it gave me the musical freedom to play what my heart desired. Music Therapy became very important to me because of how it effortlessly impacted my well-being. Now, I find ways to incorporate all four forms of Music Therapy into my everyday life. My goal with my platform is to help heal the minds of my community using the four forms of Music Therapy; Receptive, Re-creation, Improvisation, & Composition.

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Festivals and Parades

Schools Visits

Singing the National Anthem

Mistress of Ceremony

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