Sarah McInnis

Songwriter | BA (Hons) | MTA |

At the heart her work, Sarah is a songwriter, co-creator, and believes in the profound power of storytelling for healing. After acquiring a degree in International Development Studies from Trent University, Sarah moved from her hometown of Peterborough, Ontario to study Music Therapy at Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. She graduated with her Bachelor of Music Therapy (BMT) in 2019 and completed a 1,000-hour internship at the Kings Regional Rehabilitation Centre in Waterville, NS in July 2020. In the same year Sarah achieved certification as an End-of-Life Doula through Douglas College, participated actively in Grief Literacy training, successfully completed her Certification Board for Music Therapists Exam, and launched Blue Cedar Music Therapy. In April 2021 Sarah began The Legacy Song Project, writing original songs for folks at the end-of-life, and for folks who have lost loved ones. An accomplished multi-instrumentalist, Sarah is trained in guitar, fiddle, piano, ukulele, and voice, and is a talented songwriter who has been writing original music since the age of 15.