Music Therapy

Malorie Acosta, Malorie Acosta, LPMT, MT-BC, received her Bachelor's in Music Therapy from Georgia College in 2018 and completed her clinical internship at Palmetto Health Hospital in Columbia, SC.

Malorie is a board-certified and licensed music therapist, indicating that she has met the specified educational, clinical, and examination requirements of the Certification Board for Music Therapists. During her training and experience, she has been privileged to work with a wide variety of populations, with a special interest in dementia. As a music therapist, she is able to utilize the power of music to enrich the lives of others by working on various goals that include cognitive, communicative, emotional, physical, social, and spiritual goals.


Music therapy is an effective treatment for the promotion of relaxation and well-being in terminally ill persons undergoing palliative care. Since the first palliative care wards were opened in Canada in the 1970s, music therapists have made an important contribution to the care of seriously ill patients.

At Serenity Foundation we are pleased to be able to support the musical efforts of Serenity Hospice as they bring comfort and peace to families.