We have updated our Online Services Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. See our Cookies Notice for information concerning our use of cookies and similar technologies. By using this website or clicking “I ACCEPT”, you consent to our Online Services Terms of Use.

Angel Foss, MS, MT-BC

Angel Foss, MS, MT-BC

Angel Foss is a board certified music therapist with University Hospitals Connor Whole Health, serving inpatients, outpatients and staff at University Hospitals Samaritan Medical Center, as well as the local community in Ashland, Ohio. She has previously provided music therapy experiences for clients in mental health facilities, nursing homes, schools, early childhood centers, and hospitals while also serving as the Associate Director of Creative Arts Therapies at Beck Center for the Arts in Lakewood and as the Director of Recreational Therapy at Clear Vista Health and Wellness Hospital in Lorain where she specialized in program development.

Angel first received her Bachelor’s degree in Music and Business from Heidelberg University in Tiffin, OH. She then earned her Master’s in Nutrition and Wellness from Clayton College and her Music Therapy equivalency from Baldwin Wallace University. She also has 20+ years of experience in the music field in performance, education, songwriting, and recording.

Angel takes a holistic and humanistic approach to her music therapy practice where she utilizes the uniqueness of each to bring out one’s own creativity and capabilities. Angel is a vibrational sound therapist through the Vibrational Sound Association well as a Drums Alive® facilitator. Outside of clinical work, she enjoys reading, watching movies, practicing yoga, playing the drums, and spending time on her sailboat.

Education and Credentials

  • MT-BC, Board Certified Music Therapist
  • Music Therapy Equivalency degree, Baldwin Wallace University
  • Master of Science in Nutrition and Wellness, Clayton College
  • Bachelor of Music in Music and Business, Heidelberg University

“See the light in others and treat them as though that is all you see.” – Dr. Wayne Dyer