Kathlynn C. Sell

Music Therapy Philosophy

Music is for everyone, and everyone can make music.


Kathlynn is a board certified music therapist and a recent graduate of Berklee College of Music with a degree in Music Therapy and Psychology. Upon completing her degree, she entered into a 9 month internship at the Kennedy Day School and the Walnut Street Center to prepare for her board certification exam. Kathlynn began learning music at the age of 7, and throughout her schooling, she took lessons on the marimba, drum set, piano, voice, and guitar. During her time at Berklee, Kathlynn had the opportunity to speak at multiple conferences, including the 2017 AMTA national conference, and the Mowat-Wilson Syndrome family conference. She spent a week in Puerto Rico after graduation bringing music therapy to some of the island's major hospitals. Kathlynn also served on the student board for the New England Region of the American Music Therapy Association as the secretary for the 2017-2018 year. She has experience working with older adults, intellectual disabilities, adult psychiatric, medical settings, and is delighted to now continue working with children in music therapy.


B.M. Music Therapy and Psychology, Berklee College of Music