Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about A Place To Be and music therapy? Here are some frequently asked questions from new families. Still have questions? Contact us at or (571)-687-6740.

Q: What at the ages of clients at A Place To Be

Q: What is the costs of individual sessions?

Q: What is the cost of group sessions?

Q: Is there Financial aid for families who may not be able to afford sessions?

Q: Does my child need an IEP to attend A place To Be?

Q: Does someone have to be diagnosed with a “disability” to attend A Place To Be

Q: Where does A Place To Be meet?

A Place To Be currently offers two locations for sessions, our main office location in Middleburg VA, and Congregation Sha’are Shalom in Leesburg VA. Virtual sessions are also offered. Directions to both these locations can be found on our About page.

Q: What is Music Therapy?

Q: What does Performance-Based Music Therapy mean?

Q: What does a Music Therapy session look like?

Q: Are there Summer Camps?

A Place To Be offers a variety of summer camps each year, in addition to our social groups which run throughout the spring and fall semesters. To learn about this year’s offerings visit our summer camps page.

Q: What does a certified Music Therapist mean?

Q: What is a Drama Therapist?

Q: Where can I find out about performances?

  • Can my child be in an A Place To Be performance?

If you think your child might be a good fit for an A Place To Be performance, you can scheduled and assessment with our administrative team. To fill out an assessment, click here.