On February 24, 2012, Lillian Hunt helped us understand how music therapy changes the lives of people. The purpose of music therapy is to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of individuals. Lillian works with autistic children, Alzheimer patients, and some other people who respond to music therapy for communication. When it is difficult for some individuals to express themselves in words, music therapy becomes their way of communication. Music therapy also gives emotional support to clients. Lillian Hunt had great information which clearly explained music therapy’s role in the improvement of her clients’ skills. She gave examples of people whose lives changed with the therapy. She passed out some instruments that she uses in her practice and our guest had fun singing and playing with the instrument. The evening started with brief introduction of music therapy and ended with lots of fun and music.