Arts for Healing, a department of Concordia Conservatory, administers programs for the special needs community, health care, and senior living centers providing creative arts therapy services and programs for children and adults with emotional, physical, developmental and social needs throughout their lives.

The Conservatory’s Arts for Healing is offering individual and group music & art therapy throughout Westchester and Fairfield Counties, and at its Stamford and Bronxville campuses.


Private music, art, and dance/movement instruction is available for individuals of all ages. First time students are required to interview with the Executive Director and Clinical Director prior to registration for instrument and teacher recommendation. 


Interactive Music Making for small groups of children, adults and seniors, provides an opportunity for individuals to become an integral part of a creative musical experience. These sessions offer socialization, creative expression, and relationship building, as a natural part of making music together in a fun environment.

Visual Art is offered to groups of children, adults and seniors who are given opportunities for self-expression through a variety of art mediums. The sessions provide an ideal opportunity for socialization and relationship building.


Each year, Concordia Conservatory presents more than 150 performances and exhibitions by students and faculty in various settings.