Music therapy is a client centered therapeutic intervention. This means that anything the client musically offers during a music therapy session (drumming, singing, humming or playing of any instrument on any practical level) is accepted and used to address and meet physical, social, cognitive and emotional needs.

A creative music therapy approach is based on the principle of using improvisational playing techniques. This allows me to work with the current mental and physical state of the individual. This contributes towards the sessions remaining client centered and provides each person with a unique experience that suits their emotional needs. 

This approach is recommended for:

  • personal growth and development

  • individuals with Alzheimers or Dementia

  • individuals with autism, down syndrome, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, persons with developmental delays, and physical and/or intellectual disabilities

  • trauma

  • anxiety

  • depression

  • burnout

Session can be conducted individually or in groups.

Musician Playing Keyboard