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Joyu Lee is a board-certified and VOICSS®-trained music therapist at Voices Together. She joined the team in August 2019.

Joyu facilitates music therapy sessions with clients of all ages, using the VOICSS® method to help individuals develop communication skills, increase awareness of self and others, and build self-advocacy skills.

Her core values are client-centered and multicultural. Her therapeutic approach includes compassionate care, collaborative teamwork, intentional communication and celebrating cultural diversity.

Prior to working at Voices Together, Joyu worked at Cherry Hospital and Central Regional Hospital as a creative/expressive arts therapist serving clients with a wide range of mental health concerns. She conducted daily music therapy groups for at-risk youths, adults and older adults.

Born in Taipei, Taiwan, and raised in Buffalo, N.Y., Joyu received a Masters of Cello Performance degree from Cleveland Institute of Music and completed her Equivalency in Music Therapy at Appalachian State University. She is also an advanced trainee of the Bonny Method Guided Imagery and Music (GIM).

Fun Fact

Joyu is the cellist in Vida Strings, a professional string quartet that focuses on innovative research combining music and medicine.