Creating a note-able change
for your future.
About Note-able Music Therapy
Our team of board-certified music therapists provide music therapy services to individuals young and old in South & West Metro Minneapolis.
Our clinic space is located at 17645 Juniper Path Suite 205, Lakeville, MN 55044.
We also currently serve the communities of Apple Valley, Bloomington, Burnsville, Chanhassen, Chaska, Eagan, Edina, Farmington, Jordan, Lakeville, Prior Lake, Rosemount, Savage, and Shakopee in South Metro Minneapolis, as well as the cities of Eden Prairie, Hopkins, Minnetonka, and St. Louis Park in West Metro Minneapolis.
Meet Our Team
Ericha Rupp, owner and a Board Certified Music Therapist at Note-Able Music Therapy Services of MN, LLC has specialty in treating Autism Spectrum Disorder, developmental disorders, behavior disorders, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, anxiety disorders, depression disorders, and rare genetic disorders. She has many years of experience working with children, adolescents and young adults with complicated behaviors involving self-regulation, emotional regulation, communication skills, cognitive skills, and motor skills. Her strengths as a therapist is her ability to connect with her clients to understand their needs and goals. She works very hard to stay current on new therapeutic techniques. Her personal interests include being a wife, mother, runner, reader, and spending time with her family.
Bachelor’s of Science (BS) in Vocal Music Education (K-12), Bachelor’s of Arts (BA) in Vocal Performance with an Opera emphasis from Minnesota State University, Mankato and Master’s of Arts (MA) in Music Therapy from the University of Minnesota
Ericha is an active participant in local, state, regional, and national organizations to ensure the quality of your experience is evidence-based, current, and supports your individual family needs.
Professional Member of:
American Music Therapy Association (AMTA)
Great Lakes Regional Association (GLR)
Music Therapy Association of Minnesota (MTAM)
Having lived in Minnesota her whole life, Ellie is passionate about providing music therapy services to individuals within the Twin Cities community. Originally from Eagan, Minnesota, Ellie attended the University of Minnesota where she received a Bachelor’s of Music degree in Music Therapy. She then went on to complete a six-month internship at Note-able Music Therapy Services, working primarily with children with autism spectrum disorder and other cognitive and developmental disabilities.
Ellie values the relationships that she has formed with others through music and the rapport that she forms with her clients and their families serves as the foundation of her music therapy practice. Ellie has experience creating connections with individuals in a variety of settings including daycares, schools, residential facilities, and in-home settings. She has experience working with individuals with autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, Angelman syndrome, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, oppositional defiant disorder, sensory processing disorders, communication disorders, anxiety, depression, and other cognitive and developmental disabilities.
Ellie’s love for both music and helping others has existed for as long as she can remember. As a percussionist by trade, Ellie enjoys using various percussion instruments as well as the piano, guitar, ukulele, and her voice within her music therapy sessions. Being able to connect with an individual while playing an instrument or singing together is one of the most rewarding parts of her work.
When Ellie is not practicing music therapy, she enjoys exploring the Twin Cities with her friends and family, drinking coffee, reading books, and teaching percussion lessons to local high school students.