Kathy Baker, MM, MT-BC
Kathy Baker graduated from Colorado State University with her Masters of Music in Music Therapy. She received a Bachelors of Music in music education from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. Kathy completed her music therapy internship at Foundation Music School in Fort Collins where she had the pleasure of working with a variety of diagnoses and age groups including Autism spectrum disorders, Down syndrome, intellectual disabilities, developmental disabilities, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, and Alzheimer’s disease. She has also received advanced training and certificate in Neurologic Music Therapy (NMT) from the Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy.
Katie Just, MT-BC
Katie received her degree from the University of Kansas in 2013. After completing her internship at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, she created a hospice music therapy position and worked in child and adolescent behavioral health before working to form a private practice in Emporia, Kansas. In her 5.5 years of private practice, she provided music therapy services with populations of: early intervention, school-aged intellectual/developmental disabilities, adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities, behavioral health, and geriatrics with a focus on dementia care. Katie moved to northern Colorado with her husband and 2 year old daughter and is excited to be on the team at Elevate and to meet and work with clients!
Kim Woodman, MT-BC
Kimberly Woodman completed the coursework for her Music Therapy Equivalency degree from Colorado State University in the spring of 2020. She received a Bachelor’s of Music in vocal performance from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. Kimberly completed her internship at Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah where she worked with children facing a variety of medical issues including cancer, cardiac diagnoses, cystic fibrosis, developmental disabilities, neurological diseases and injuries, mental and behavioral diagnoses, and others. During her internship, she specialized in working with infants in the neonatal intensive care unit and their families, and was particularly passionate about supporting families of infants with terminal diagnoses. She is currently working on her thesis to complete the final requirements for a Masters in Music Therapy. Kimberly is originally from Calgary, Canada, and is happy to be settled here for a while in Fort Collins with her two daughters and her veteran husband, after living the adventurous life of a military family.