Music Therapy is a clinical evidence-based intervention using music, sounds and voice in interactive, imaginative and stimulative ways to create change and improvements in communication, social, cognitive and physical needs and to enhance a person’s emotional and mental well-being.
The Music Therapy Process
The intervention involves four steps: assessment, therapeutic goal setting, treatment and evaluation. Each music therapy intervention is tailored to meet a person’s individual needs.
About My Practice
My approch is music-centred with a psychodynamic understanding and I am dedicated to providing measurable and tangible outcomes to enhance communication, interpersonal, cognitive and mobility skills through structured creative musical activities.
I bring commitment and wisdom to my practice to help people address their psychological needs, mental health issues and emotional well-being using free musical improvisation as a tool of self expression, enlightenment and self growth.
Music Therapy Examples
- Learning Difficulties
- Brain Injury & Neurodisability
- Mental Health Issues
- Palliative Care