Photo of Alica Hrubey

Lecturer of Music Therapy
M.M. in Vocal Performance, Cleveland Institute of Music

Alicia Hrubey

Photo of Alica HrubeyLecturer of Music Therapy

M.M. in Vocal Performance, Cleveland Institute of Music
B.A. in Psychology, University of Mount Union

Alicia Bousner Hrubey, M.M., MT-BC is a board certified music therapist and the founder and executive director of In Harmony Therapeutic Services, a Cleveland not-for-profit which specializes in using the arts combined with trauma-informed supports to help children learn, grow, create and heal.

Hrubey obtained her national board certification in music therapy through Baldwin Wallace University in 2016, she worked primarily in providing music therapy to individuals living with developmental disabilities including autism spectrum disorder.

She also specializes in using music therapy with children and adolescents who have experienced trauma and is certified as a trauma-sensitive practitioner through Lesley University.

In addition to trauma-informed supports, Hrubey combines music therapy with positive behavior intervention supports, restorative practices and community building in her practice. She believes in a multimodal, individualized, whole-person approach, of which the foundation is a strong therapeutic relationship.

Additionally, Hrubey is an active performer in the Cleveland community.