ReGeneration Therapy Counseling & Coaching

Ruth Hartunian-Alumbaugh

Meet Ruth

Music Therapist Board Certified

Ruth R. Hartunian-Alumbaugh, MT BC

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Since 1984, Ruth has worked in various settings that have given her a well-rounded approach to her work as a music therapist. Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program.


Music therapy interventions can be designed to:

  • Promote Wellness
  • Manage Stress
  • Alleviate Pain
  • Express Feelings
  • Enhance Memory
  • Improve Communication
  • Increase Quality of Life
  • Learn Coping Skills
  • Promote Physical Rehabilitation
  • Be Strengthened Spiritually (and more!)

Proficient in musical skills, Ruth employs music as a therapy tool to help you reach your goals as well as address issues that are important to you. Through a client-centered approach, a detailed assessment process and a faith-based approach if so desired, Ruth is able to provide you with resources that meet your needs and hopefully help you in your life journey.

You do not need any musical skills to benefit from Music Therapy services!  If you like music of any kind, you qualify. Contact Ruth @ 888-316-5221 EXT: 107 or ruthhalumbaugh@gmail.com

Read more about Ruth and her experiences on LinkedIn and her website. Please watch her interview with Fritz below to learn more about Music Therapy. 



Education

Southern Nazarene University

  • Bethany, Oklahoma
  • Music Major   (2 year program)  

University of Kansas

  • Lawrence, KS.
  • BA in Fine Arts (Music Therapy)

Fairfield Hills Hospital

  • Newtown, CT
  • Clinical Internship Training

Activities & Affiliations

  • American Association for Music Therapy since 1984
  • Health Care Service Provider Organization (insurance)
  • Music Director at The Federated Church of Willington
  • International Christian Fellowship at the University of Connecticut