CORINNE PICKETT, MA, MT-BC
Founder and Owner
Corinne is a board-certified music therapist with experience working in various clinical settings.
Corinne graduated from Utah State University with a BS in Music Therapy. She completed her internship at Park Nicollet Health Services in Minnesota working with older adults in Hospice, Cancer Services, Parkinson's Care, and Inpatient Hospital Care. After completing her internship, she moved back to the Eastern Idaho area and has been serving clients in the area for 5 years. She graduated with a Masters in Music Therapy at St. Mary-of-the-Woods in 2020.
In her spare time, Corinne loves to spend time outdoors, play with her kiddos, and find new ways to be creative.
Kaiti Cooper, MT-BC
Kaiti is a creative, energetic music therapist who is passionate about the empowering quality of music therapy.
She graduated from Utah State University with a Music Therapy degree and is continuing with graduate studies. Much of her work has been with children, adolescents and adults as they navigated mental health crises. She has also worked with adults in physical and occupational therapy during hospitalization. Some of Kaiti's favorite work is with children with physical, speech or intellectual delays as well as those with Autism Spectrum Disorder. She works with clients in Preston and the surrounding areas.
When Kaiti is not with clients she enjoys baking, organizing, being outdoors and spending time with her two children.
Jacquelyn Claxton M Ed, MT-BC
Jacquelyn is a board-certified music therapist with experience working independently and as part of a team in various schools, camps and clinical settings.
Jacquelyn graduated from the University of Montana Missoula, with a BA in Social Work and a minor in Music Education followed several years later with a Master of Education degree in Music Therapy from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Between the two degrees she raised her family while working as a music specialist in Preschools, Day Cares and elementary schools. It was at this time, that she realized a place to use her skills and ideas and found out there was actually a college degree program that would help prepare her for expanding her already gained experience into a full music sharing career. Her internship was in the Minneapolis area with Martin Luther Manor and their Alzheimer’s Day facilities and residential homes. These programs gave experience to round off the whole spectrum of ages and stages of life for sharing music. Since that time, she has worked in school, clinical and contract settings in Minnesota, Montana, Arizona, Oregon and Texas and has recently returned to the Northwest to help expand services in the Post Falls/Coeur d’ Alene/North Idaho area, where she is working with children.
Irene Wald, MT-BC
Irene is a board-certified Music Therapist who seeks to recognize each individual’s unique identity and empower them through music.
Irene received her BA in Music Therapy from Colorado State University in Spring 2022 after returning to her home state to complete an internship with Expressive Therapies LLC in Appleton, WI. Here Irene had the opportunity to work with clients of all ages with a wide range of needs in both individual and group settings. Irene especially enjoyed working with youngadults and children who were building their emotional regulation, communication, and problem-solving skills. Irene’s goal as a therapist is to create a safe environment for clients tofreely express themselves to reach their full potential as individuals.
Irene is excited to explore all that eastern Idaho has to offer and to join the Unison team in serving clients in the area. In her free time, you might find Irene venturing through the greatoutdoors or holed up in a library reading a book.
PAIGE DENT, MT-BC
Paige Dent is a music therapist who enjoys creating music and supporting each client helping them find a way to express themselves creatively.
Paige graduated from Utah State University in 2023 with a BS in Music Therapy. She also received two minors in Disability Studies and Human Development and Family Studies. Before graduation Paige completed a six-month internship with Music Makes Connections in Boise, Idaho working with children, teenagers, and adults with developmental disabilities helping them to find a space to be themselves and create music. She worked with these clients on motor goals, communication goals, and various other goals to help them reach their full potential as individuals.
Paige has loved music throughout her life but has wanted to do music therapy since she was in eighth grade. It is a long-lasting dream of hers to create music with her clients.