Good Grief Project
Apr 19, 2018
Amy Wyman
Good Grief Project

Amy grew up in Falmouth and is the granddaughter of two Paul Harris Fellows, and past presidents of the Falmouth and Randolph Rotary Clubs. Amy's passion to improve the lives of children and families developed in high school when the Falmouth Rotary Club was able to help financially sponsor me to travel to Oaxaca Mexico to take part in a language immersion program. 


Since then Amy has taken part in health and education service learning programs in Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Brazil, and Singapore. 


Amy lived in Benin and Ghana for a year as well producing malaria nets and working with terminally ill children in hospital settings.  Amy holds a Masters in Expressive Arts Therapies with a specialization in Music Therapy from Lesley University and a B. A. in Child Life and a concentration of Early Childhood Education from Wheelock College. 


Amy is the founder of Tones in Motion a local Cape music therapy business that provides music therapy for ages 0-100 in hospitals, rehabs, addiction communities, memory care programs, special education programs and in schools. Amy is currently working on implementing the Good Grief Project of Cape Cod.