My daughter Elly has been coming to Ms. Charlotte for music therapy for the past 1.5 years. She absolutely loves her time with Charlotte. They sing, they dance, they play musical instruments, and they have a lot of fun! In addition to that, Charlotte uses music as a therapeutic intervention to help teach Elly various skills based on developmental, educational, and personal goals that we set for her. I have seen continuous positive progress in Elly over this past 1.5 years in her communication, musical talent, and social development. I highly recommend Charlotte and her music therapy to children of all ages and abilities.


Charlotte has been a wonderful music therapist for my daughter, who is on the autism spectrum. Mrs. Charlotte is warm, patient, and supportive. She knows how to find a balance between having fun and meeting goals. Mrs. Charlotte has a variety of fun activities and instruments that creates an enjoyable lesson each week. My daughter always looks forward to music class.


Jeremy is a Veteran and brain injury survivor. He likes music with Charlotte because it makes him happy. He really likes Charlotte because she is so fun, very patient and nice. He likes his xylophone but also enjoys learning the guitar.

Jeremy loves to show what he can do what he’s learned and have everyone watch and listen. Music is so good for Jeremy for some independence, social interaction, and it helps with his verbal skills.

— CARol D.

I am a stroke survivor, dealing with Dysarthria. I believe in the benefits of music after experiencing such a traumatic event. I sought therapy to improve my speech. I did certain singing activities each session that helped me to improve my enunciation and breathing. I also did piano and guitar activities to improve on my dexterity. I experienced tremendous improvement in my time at therapy. I would highly recommend Charlotte Stewart’s therapy. She made therapy welcoming each session I attended.

-Brian K.