Angie Kopshy, MM, MT-BC

Angie Kopshy is the founder and co-director of Portland Music Therapy. Upon completion of her Master’s in Music from Boise State University, Angie returned to Portland to study music therapy at Marylhurst University.

Portland Music Therapy incorporates Angie’s additional training in Neurologic Music Therapy and Autism Spectrum Disorder in order to create a practice that focuses specifically on clients with ASD.

Angie is constantly striving to educate both the local and international community about the impact of music upon the brain and the strength of music therapy. Her outreach projects have touched the lives of children in Costa Rica, Ecuador, and Uganda.  Angie is co-director of The Cross-Cultural Music Therapy Foundation, which is working with communities both locally and globally to change the way people think about music. Angie is also the Co-Chair for the Oregon Music Therapy Government Relations Task Force, Vice President-Elect of the Western Region of the American Music Therapy Association, President-Elect of the Oregon Association for Music Therapy, adjunct faculty at Pacific University and the lead singer/songwriter with the band, Stoneface Honey. Angie was the 2017 recipient of WRAMTA’s Professional Practice Award for significant contribution to the profession of music therapy by utilizing special skills, knowledge of clinical practice and supervision.

Sound methods. Caring specialists.