photo of Jenny Goldhammer
We are so excited to have Jenny Goldhammer part of our music therapy team here at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital!

Jenny is working with patients in the Medical Surgical and Transitional Care units for 20 hours a week.

After receiving her M.A. in music therapy from Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, Jenny completed her clinical internship at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, where she supported children from infancy through adolescence during their hospital experience. After graduate school, she worked for three years in the greater Philadelphia area in both school and in camp settings, as well as in an outpatient private practice. In these settings, she specialized in helping children and adolescents make social connections and develop a wider range of coping skills through creative expression. Jenny believes in working closely and collaboratively with family members, educators, and other therapists to facilitate the best possible success for each client.

Jenny is a strong believer in person-centered therapy, and strives to meet each client where they are during each session. She enjoys incorporating music and play in her sessions, and believes that through creative expression we can all grow and thrive. Outside of the hospital, Jenny is enjoying exploring the Bay Area, and loves to hike and be outside. She also plays bassoon in a local community orchestra.

Our New Music Therapist!
photo of Jenny Goldhammer
We are so excited to have Jenny Goldhammer part of our music therapy team here at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital!

Jenny is working with patients in the Medical Surgical and Transitional Care units for 20 hours a week.

After receiving her M.A. in music therapy from Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, Jenny completed her clinical internship at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, where she supported children from infancy through adolescence during their hospital experience. After graduate school, she worked for three years in the greater Philadelphia area in both school and in camp settings, as well as in an outpatient private practice. In these settings, she specialized in helping children and adolescents make social connections and develop a wider range of coping skills through creative expression. Jenny believes in working closely and collaboratively with family members, educators, and other therapists to facilitate the best possible success for each client.

Jenny is a strong believer in person-centered therapy, and strives to meet each client where they are during each session. She enjoys incorporating music and play in her sessions, and believes that through creative expression we can all grow and thrive. Outside of the hospital, Jenny is enjoying exploring the Bay Area, and loves to hike and be outside. She also plays bassoon in a local community orchestra.

Our New Music Therapist!
photo of Jenny Goldhammer
We are so excited to have Jenny Goldhammer part of our music therapy team here at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital!

Jenny is working with patients in the Medical Surgical and Transitional Care units for 20 hours a week.

After receiving her M.A. in music therapy from Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, Jenny completed her clinical internship at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, where she supported children from infancy through adolescence during their hospital experience. After graduate school, she worked for three years in the greater Philadelphia area in both school and in camp settings, as well as in an outpatient private practice. In these settings, she specialized in helping children and adolescents make social connections and develop a wider range of coping skills through creative expression. Jenny believes in working closely and collaboratively with family members, educators, and other therapists to facilitate the best possible success for each client.

Jenny is a strong believer in person-centered therapy, and strives to meet each client where they are during each session. She enjoys incorporating music and play in her sessions, and believes that through creative expression we can all grow and thrive. Outside of the hospital, Jenny is enjoying exploring the Bay Area, and loves to hike and be outside. She also plays bassoon in a local community orchestra.

Our New Music Therapist!
photo of Jenny Goldhammer
We are so excited to have Jenny Goldhammer part of our music therapy team here at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital!

Jenny is working with patients in the Medical Surgical and Transitional Care units for 20 hours a week.

After receiving her M.A. in music therapy from Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, Jenny completed her clinical internship at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, where she supported children from infancy through adolescence during their hospital experience. After graduate school, she worked for three years in the greater Philadelphia area in both school and in camp settings, as well as in an outpatient private practice. In these settings, she specialized in helping children and adolescents make social connections and develop a wider range of coping skills through creative expression. Jenny believes in working closely and collaboratively with family members, educators, and other therapists to facilitate the best possible success for each client.

Jenny is a strong believer in person-centered therapy, and strives to meet each client where they are during each session. She enjoys incorporating music and play in her sessions, and believes that through creative expression we can all grow and thrive. Outside of the hospital, Jenny is enjoying exploring the Bay Area, and loves to hike and be outside. She also plays bassoon in a local community orchestra.

Our New Music Therapist!
photo of Jenny Goldhammer
We are so excited to have Jenny Goldhammer part of our music therapy team here at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital!

Jenny is working with patients in the Medical Surgical and Transitional Care units for 20 hours a week.

After receiving her M.A. in music therapy from Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, Jenny completed her clinical internship at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, where she supported children from infancy through adolescence during their hospital experience. After graduate school, she worked for three years in the greater Philadelphia area in both school and in camp settings, as well as in an outpatient private practice. In these settings, she specialized in helping children and adolescents make social connections and develop a wider range of coping skills through creative expression. Jenny believes in working closely and collaboratively with family members, educators, and other therapists to facilitate the best possible success for each client.

Jenny is a strong believer in person-centered therapy, and strives to meet each client where they are during each session. She enjoys incorporating music and play in her sessions, and believes that through creative expression we can all grow and thrive. Outside of the hospital, Jenny is enjoying exploring the Bay Area, and loves to hike and be outside. She also plays bassoon in a local community orchestra.