Music therapy is a therapeutic process, where music is used as a tool, to bond with a client in order to reach a therapeutic goal ( social, emotional, cognitive, physical etc. ) and to facilitate positive changes in physical, mental and emotional well-being.


Music therapy can be used to:


  • improve communication

  • promote well-being

  • alleviate pain

  • express feelings

Music therapy sessions include a variety of activities, such as listening to music, singing, playing an instrument, song writing, relaxation techniques or guided imagery. Music therapy is appropriate for people of all ages, whether they are tone deaf or virtuosos, struggling with loss, stress, illness, learning difficulties, disabilities, or totally healthy, as sessions are individually tailored to person’s needs.


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