Therapy That Thrives.
Music therapy can stimulate development of fine/gross motor and eye/hand coordination skills. It also increases social interaction skills, self expression and self esteem. are trained musicians and qualified therapists who assess and treat adults and children with sensory, physical and learning disability, mental health problems, emotional and behavioural disturbances and neurological problems.
Music Therapy is an established psychological clinical intervention, delivered by HCPC registered music therapists to help people whose lives have been affected by injury, illness or disability through supporting their psychological, emotional, cognitive, physical, communicative and social needs.
Music Therapists draw upon the innate qualities of music to support people of all ages and abilities and at all stages of life; from helping new born babies develop healthy bonds with their parents, to offering vital, sensitive and compassionate palliative care at the end of life.
Central to how Music Therapy works is the therapeutic relationship that is established and developed, through engagement in live musical interaction and play between a therapist and client. A wide range of musical styles and instruments can be used, including the voice, and the music is often improvised. Using music in this way enables clients to create their own unique musical language in which to explore and connect with the world and express themselves.