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Athena Music & Wellness Therapy, Inc. is a mental health and wellness solutions provider that focuses on music therapy education, treatment, and innovative wellness programs.

Professor Angelo Molino and Roz Huang started Athena Music & Wellness Therapy, Inc. with a dual purpose: to use the healing power of music to maximize health and wellness for individuals around the world and to educate and train a new generation of professors and music therapists.

As the Co-founder and Director of Athena Music & Wellness therapy, Inc. Angelo Molino brings a unique global view of music therapy to Athena, having studied, performed, and worked in the U.S., Asia, and Europe. His passion for using his musical gift to help children and adults reinvigorate their lives through music has become the mission of his life and his true calling.

Angelo has studied extensively to treat patients with special needs through the art of music and holds the prestigious European certification in music therapy. Over the course of 8 years, he has treated hundreds of people as a certified music therapist and is the author of Introduction to Music Therapy: A look on The World of The Sound that Heal. He is also a consultant and teacher at the Parkinson’s Center in Rome, Italy.

CEO and co-founder, Roz Huang, is an accomplished International Business expert with 20+years of success in global investment/business development. She is a strategic visionary and highly respected internationally for her leadership between the U.S and Asia Pacific in healthcare, education, and technology.

Athena is the only music therapy academy that offers music therapy training on three continents, and the opportunity for a rich, global clinical internship that experiences multiple music therapy models and cultures.

We Are Experiencing a Worldwide Mental Health Crisis

Autism affects an estimated 1 in 59 children in the United States and 1 in 45 children in China. In 2019, Alzheimer's disease affected 5.8 million people in the USA.
Center for Disease Control (CDC)
In the United States, almost half of adults (46.4%) will experience a mental illness during their lifetime.
National Council for Behavioral Health