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What is Music Therapy?

Music therapy is an evidence-based clinical practice that uses music as a treatment option to support clients' emotional & developmental needs.

 

All Music Therapists in the UK are registered with Health & Care Professional Council (HCPC) under Arts Therapists and are considered allied healthcare professionals.

The 'road map' of Music Therapy

Free consultation

Have a chat with me! Together, we will identify your child's needs and find out how I can best to support your family.

Assessment

Assessment includes:
  • liaison with SENCO/ GP
  • 3 assessment sessions
  • review meeting
  • assessment report
It's a chance for us to find out whether we are a good fit to work with each other.​

Weekly session

Music Therapy sessions will be scheduled at a regular slot weekly to promote a sense of structure and steady progression for your child.

Regular review

We review the progress of therapy regularly using standardised tools so you can evaluate the needs and the progress of your child continuously.

What happens in Music Therapy?

WHAT Our Clients say

Our daughter really enjoys Music Therapy. We've noticed our daughter is much calmer after each session - it seems like a weight has lifted.  Crystal's approach has been very thoughtful, she took time to get to know us up front and has worked creatively to help support us and our daughter - Crystal's work has made an enormous difference to our family, thank you!

— Laura & Tim*, parents in the adoption community

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