Therapists Music Therapy Clinic

Dr. Hayoung A. Lim, Ph. D., MT-BC, NMT FellowDr. Hayoung A. Lim, Ph. D., MT-BC, NMT Fellow


Director of Music Therapy Clinic / Associate Professor of Music
College of Arts and Cultural Studies
Oral Roberts University
7777 S Lewis Ave; Tulsa, OK 74171
Office: 918-495-7505

Dr. Hayoung Lim is the Director of the Music Therapy Program and Clinic at ORU. Prior to her current appointment, Dr. Lim worked as director of graduate studies in music therapy at Sam Houston State University in Texas for 6 years (2008-2014). Dr. Lim has clinical experience with all major clinical populations. Examples include work in neurologic rehabilitation, geriatrics, psychiatrics and forensic psychiatrics, special education and developmental disabilities, neonatal and pediatric medicine, intensive care, hospice, and medical settings.

Dr. Lim is an active researcher with specialized training in the Rational Scientific Mediating Model for research in music therapy. She has books and articles published by major research journals in the music therapy field. She is an internationally acclaimed scholar in music therapy. She has been active throughout her clinical and teaching endeavors in promoting and educating the community regarding the benefits of music therapy. Dr. Lim’s research focuses on the effect of music on children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, and the effect of musical experiences on cognition, speech/language and physical rehabilitation. A number of her manuscripts have been published in peer-reviewed journals, including Journal of Music Therapy and Music Therapy Perspectives. In 2011, Dr. Lim’s book titled “Developmental Speech-language Training through Music for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders” was published by Jessica Kingsley Publisher, London, UK. She also published a book chapter “Communication and Language Development: Implications for Music Therapy and Autism Spectrum Disorders” in Early Childhood Music Therapy and Autism Spectrum Disorders (Kern & Humpal Eds., 2012). Dr. Lim has won two Sam Houston State University faculty research grant awards and numerously presented her original research in national and international conferences and workshops. In March, 2014, Dr. Lim was invited as a keynote speaker to International Conference on Developmental Disability at the University of Calcutta, India.

Dr. Hayoung Lim is a board-certified, neurologic music therapist (NMT Fellow) and current member of the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA). She earned her bachelor’s degree in Cello Performance from the Catholic University of Korea, and master’s degree in both Cello Performance and Music Therapy from the Illinois State University. In 2007, she received her Ph.D. degree in music education with an emphasis on music therapy from the University of Miami. Her dissertation title was “The Effect of Developmental Speech-Language Training through Music in Speech Production in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.” She completed her music therapy internship at Lutheran General Hospital, Park Ridge, IL, and worked as a full time music therapist at the Cleveland Music School Settlement. Dr. Lim also worked as the music therapy director at Children’s Health & Education Management, Miami, FL and specialized in music therapy for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. In addition, Dr. Lim has worked as a concert cellist, performing numerous solo recitals and participating in internationally-recognized orchestras in Seoul, Korea and the U.S.

Dr. Hyun-Jung Lee, Ph.D., MT-BC, NMTDr. Hyun-Jung Lee, Ph.D., MT-BC, NMT


Clinical Professor of Music Therapy /Music Therapy Clinician
Music Therapy Clinic @ Cityplex Towers # 124
Oral Roberts University
7777 S Lewis Ave; Tulsa, OK 74171 Office: 918-493-8040

Dr. Lee is the clinical professor of the Music Therapy program at ORU and manager of the ORU Music Therapy Clinic. Dr. Lee finished her doctoral dissertation “The Effect of Auditory Pitch Range in Sustained and Selective Attention: A Comparison of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Typically Developing Children” in May, 2015 from University of Miami, FL. She completed both of her Neurologic Music Therapy training at the Center for Biomedical Research in Music and Music Together Teacher training in 2010. She worked at Nelson Pediatric Therapy, AZ for 6 years providing home-based individual therapy sessions for children with developmental disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Intellectual Disabilities, ADHD, Epilepsy, Microcephaly, Tourette’s Syndrome and visual impairment. Dr. Lee finished her master’s degrees in music therapy from Colorado State University and Sook-Myoung Women’s University, Seoul Korea.

Jacquie CoxJacquie cox, MT-BC, LPMT, NMT


Clinical Supervisor/Music Therapy Clinician
Music Therapy Clinic @ Cityplex Towers #124
2448 E. 81st St; Tulsa, OK; 74137 Office: 918-493-8040

Jacquie Cox is a board-certified clinical music therapist at the ORU Music Therapy Clinic. An alumna of Southwestern Oklahoma State University, she holds of Bachelor of Music with an emphasis in Music Therapy and an associate degree in Psychology from Tulsa Community College. She completed her music therapy internship at Thomas E. Creek VA Community Living Center in Amarillo, Texas. Her clinical experience includes children with developmental disorders, geriatrics with dementia and neurologic disorders and individuals who have experienced traumatic brain injury and stroke. Jacquie completed her Neurologic Music Therapy training and is a Licensed Professional Music therapist in Oklahoma. Jacquie is a member of the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) and the Southwestern Region of American Music Therapy Association (SWAMTA) and has been a Tulsa-area resident since 1997.