CJ Shiloh LPMT, MT-BC
Music Therapist / Owner
C.J. (she/her, initials short for Christy Joy) is a classically trained pianist with 20 years experience as a piano instructor. She earned a liberal arts music degree from Colorado State University in 2003, with concentrations in both music performance and music education. In 2014, CJ earned the MT-BC credentials after completing the Professional Studies Program for Music Therapy Certification Eligibility at Shenandoah University and 6 month internship at the Kennedy Krieger Institute. During her first year in private practice, she also worked part time at Kennedy Krieger’s Fairmount Campus providing IEP based music therapy services. In addition to running Annapolis Music Therapy Services, CJ is Co-Founder of The Musical Autist, nonprofit. From 2017-2021 she served as Government Relations Chair for the Mid-Atlantic Region of the American Music Therapy Association and has served on the Maryland State Task Force for music therapy licensure since 2016. From 2012-2015 CJ served as a founding Board member of the Online Conference for Music Therapy. CJ has been published in the International Journal of Community Music and Music Therapy Perspectives.
Cierra is a certified medical coder, having graduated from the Medical Coding program at Anne Arundel Community College in May of 2014. She put her certification to work in the billing department of Anne Arundel Medical Center from 2016-2018. In March of 2018, Cierra became the executive assistant to the co-founder of The Musical Autist, which quickly exposed her to the amazing world of music therapy. Cierra has always had deep love for music. She took dance lessons from age 4-17 and began teaching/choreographing at age 18. Dance has completely shaped the way that Cierra feels and responds to music. She understands and has experienced firsthand that music is extremely healing and enables individuals to express themselves in powerful ways. Cierra also received vocal training while attending Anne Arundel Community College, which opened the doors to begin singing on the worship team at her church for the past 7 years. With a deep love for music and a medical coding certification, the billing manager position for Annapolis Music Therapy seemed like the perfect fit for her.
Anissa Dominguez LPMT, MT-BC
Music Therapist / Administrative Director
Anissa (she/her) is a board certified and licensed music therapist in Maryland. She is a graduate of Immaculata University in PA with a degree in Music Therapy. She is a classically trained pianist and flutists and has performed internationally with the Chesapeake Youth Symphony Orchestra. Anissa has clinical experience working with a variety of populations and is proficient in Spanish and American Sign Language. She is passionate about making learning an instrument accessible to all and enjoys providing adaptive music lessons. In addition to her clinical work, Anissa also runs a Youtube channels focused on her life and expressing music visually through American Sign Language.
In 2022, Anissa became the Administrative Director for AMT and now performs a variety of administrative tasks in addition to her music therapy work.
Brianna Webster LPMT, MT-BC
Music Therapist / Clinical Supervisor
Bri Webster (she/her) is a licensed and board certified music therapist with experience working in a variety of contexts with people of all ages and needs. Her undergraduate degree is from Shenandoah University and her graduate degree is from Slippery Rock University in music therapy with a concentration in mental health counseling. She has been working as a board certified music therapist since 2017 in many places including hospitals, outpatient mental health clinics, rehabilitation programs, day programs for adults with disabilities, a private clinic space, and assisted living communities. She has sincerely enjoyed the opportunity to work with people of all ages, in different stages in life, and with varying abilities, diagnoses, and needs. She considers her approach to music therapy as eclectic because she pulls ideas from different approaches and theories of music therapy based on the individual(s). She aligns with feminist perspectives, systems based thinking, and psychodynamic theories in particular. Her approach stems from her value of collaboration and shaping the music therapy space together in order to meet goals, learn, heal, and grow. Bri is committed to honoring all people's experiences and ways of being in the world, bearing in mind that each individual has been shaped and impacted by many factors in their lives. In her free time, she enjoys performing locally, attending concerts, any and all outdoor activities, reading, and spending lots of time with her family and dog.
Jazmyne Craig LPMT, MT-BC
Jazz (she/her) is a board certified music therapist and graduate of Shenandoah University in VA. She is a classically trained bassoonist who began her academic musical journey as a percussionist and still has a soft spot for timpani. Jazz completed her clinical internship providing school based services in Warren County, VA before taking a position in the recreation department at Lorien Columbia working with older adults. She has been working at AMT since 2022. Outside of music, Jazz enjoys sewing, writing, and playing games with friends.
Jen Hesse LPMT, MT-BC
Jen (she/her) is a board certified music therapist and a graduate of Elizabethtown College in PA. She has been playing percussion for most of her life and particularly enjoys mallet instruments such as the xylophone and marimba. Jen completed her internship over two sites, gaining experience in both a children’s hospital and a school setting for students identifying as having a disability. Outside of music, she loves coffee and enjoys any opportunity to be creative or connect with other people. Annapolis Music Therapy is Jen’s first job after certification and she has been a part of the AMT team since summer 2022.
Chrissy Cotsalas LPMT, MT-BC
Chrissy Cotsalas (she/her) is a board-certified music therapist. She received bachelor’s degrees in Vocal Performance and Music Education from University of Maryland and completed a Music Therapy equivalency program at Saint Mary of the Woods College in Indiana. Chrissy taught music in schools in Baltimore City through the program ORCHKIDS and in Anne Arundel County Public Schools before switching careers to be a music therapist. As a music therapist, Chrissy has worked with people of all ages from infants to elderly hospice patients. She recently joined the Annapolis Music Therapy team and is excited to be part of such a supportive and wonderful community. At home, Chrissy enjoys cooking elaborate meals, spending time with her two kids and husband, and collecting way too many children’s books
Megan was born and raised in Maryland and attended Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA, where she received her B.S. in Music Therapy and a minor in Psychology. She completed her Music Therapy Internship at Chesapeake Music Therapy in Salisbury, MD.
Megan most resonates with the humanistic theoretical framework related to music therapy. She believes in this approach as she is someone who allows her participants to explore and express themselves in music however they feel. She always provides unconditional acceptance and support to her clients.
Megan's primary instrument is voice and she utilizes guitar, piano and percussion instruments during her sessions. Her favorite instruments are the frog guiro and steel tongue drum.
She recently joined the AMT team in May of 2023 and is so excited to be here!
2568A Riva Road
Annapolis MD 201401
Mon - Fri
7:00 am – 7:00 pm
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Hours may vary according to Therapist's schedules