Pictured: Meghan seated outside playing guitar

Pictured: Meghan seated outside playing guitar



Meghan Davis, MT-BC, is an alumna of Loyola University New Orleans, where she graduated from the College of Music and Fine Arts with a Bachelor of Music Therapy in December 2013. She has practiced as a Board Certified Music Therapist in music therapy and private teaching since 2014. She has also completed 20 hours of training in ABA techniques.

Meghan founded MusicAbility with the intention of creating a space for everyone to feel they can be an active music maker. She has experience with a wide variety of students and clients, including

  • Autism

  • Down Syndrome

  • Fragile X

  • Prader-Willi

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Vision Impairment/Blindness

  • Learning Disabilities


  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Dyslexia & Dysgraphia

  • Speech Delay

She prides herself on her ability to create effective, age-appropriate lesson and treatment plans in order to help all her clients be successful and feel respected. In the summers of 2018 & 2019, she provided music therapy groups for Camp Will with Williamson County Parks and Recreation, creating themed sessions to work on camper social skills, decision making, memory, academic skills, and of course have a whole lot of fun! To learn more about Meghan, feel free to visit her LinkedIn Profile.

Meghan is easy to work with and really works to create a learning space that’s best for each individual student. Meghan teaches our 8 year old how to play the guitar and she is truly a talented teacher. Our son has learned quickly under her guidance/instruction and has built the confidence to tackle new songs on his own.
— Michelle C.
You [helped] to teach me how to write music you increased my passion for guitar...you were truly an amazing teacher...thank you for teaching me how to play guitar.
— Gage, former student
Meghan is a great teacher who is patient and kind. My son is thriving while under her care.
— Narges R.