The healing power of music
Music therapy is the well-established, evidence based clinical use of musical interventions to improve well-being and quality of life. Music therapists support people to reach their full potential, building confidence and developing physical, emotional, mental and social wellbeing. Music Therapy sessions focus on communication using sound (using instruments and the voice), which enables the client to communicate and express themselves.
Our therapists work with young people experiencing a range of difficulties, which might include:
- Learning difficulties;
- Communication difficulties;
- Emotional difficulties;
- Behavioural difficulties;
- Distressing, traumatic experiences;
- Physical or co-ordination problems;
Our Music Therapists are skilled musicians and professionally trained, qualified Music Therapists (Postgraduate Diploma/MA). Our therapists are state registered under the Health and Care Professions Council and work to the code of conduct set out by the British Association for Music Therapy.
All music therapists engage in regular clinical supervision and update their skills through continuing professional development and training.
For more information or a general enquiry please email: firstname.lastname@example.org