Higher Octave was featured on the blog for the CHEERS organization, which provides services for those recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.  

Read it HERE!

In 2014, Higher Octave Healing’s rock band program was filmed for an upcoming music therapy documentary by Kris Warren.  An article was released describing the positive effects of the program and music therapy on teens and adults with developmental disabilities.  Read it HERE!

"Ahwatukee teens in one of 8 bands in special needs concert"
Ahwatukee Foothills News  

Read it HERE!

"Patients turning to music therapy to ease pain, improve social skills and mobility"
By Shelby Madson
Special to Independent Newsmedia Inc. USA

Read it HERE!

Higher Octave Healing in the Media

"Music therapy classes to soothe young souls"
By E.J. Anderson and Lindsey Walker
Special to the Republic

Read it HERE!


June 2017: Higher Octave Healing is excited to announce a generous donation from Thunderbird Charities of $10,000 for our Social Connections Program for children 5-12 with special needs. We are thankful for this donation and appreciate the generosity of Thunderbird Charities throughout our community.  To read the full press release, click HERE!

July 2017: Check out the latest podcast from HealthRHYTHMS featuring HOH Director, Kymla Eubanks, discussing how HealthRYTHMS training can support music therapy work!  

Click HERE to listen!

"Rock show’s bands feature Valley performers with disabilities"
East Valley Tribune  

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Higher Octave Healing is proud to be represented in the news and media!  Here are some opportunities Higher Octave has had to be showcased.  Want to feature HOH in your news story, radio station, or television broadcast?  Contact Kymla at info@higheroctavehealing.org.

"Music from the heart: Rock bands set to take the stage in Tempe"
Mike Sackley
​KTAR News

Read it HERE!

In 2014, PBS featured Higher Octave Healing as their charity of the month!  Segment starts at 17:14.

HOH in the News

​​Providing music therapy to over 600 people each week, Higher Octave Healing seeks to support community programming, music therapy and related services, and continuing education for professionals and students by providing an avenue for donations, fundraising, grants, and other streams of funding to help continue the music therapy and support programs and services we provide for so many of Arizona’s children, teens, and adults through our 501(c)3, federally recognized non-profit status.  EIN 27-1896282​

providing music therapy for over 600 in the community each week

"Don’t Stop the Music: 24-hour event at ASU will feature Ahwatukee musicians"
By Diana Martinez
Ahwatukee Foothills News  

Read it HERE!