We offer Individual music therapy sessions typically lasting 30- to 60-minutes
Individual sessions are provided to both private clients and to clients in facilities.
These sessions target an individual’s cognitive, emotional, communication, or psychosocial need and sessions goals are based on the music therapist’s initial assessment. Contact us for more information.
Group sessions typically last 30- to 60-minutes and are provided primarily to agencies and facilities that cater to multiple clients with similar needs and goals. The size and make-up of the group varies and depends on the facility or group needs. We typically provide groups in care homes, palliative care day centres, schools, holiday clubs, respite centres and social groups.
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Assessments and Consultations
Music therapy assessments are vital to the process and are used to provide the therapist with the strengths and needs of the client in the areas of physical, cognitive and emotional wellbeing and functioning levels along with communication skills and social abilities.
Consultations are provided for parents, groups, and facilities looking for assistance in increasing, decreasing, or modifying behaviors. A typical consultation involves the initial assessment process, development of individualised music-based tools and techniques, training parents and/or staff to use the techniques, and a follow-up evaluation to determine its effectiveness. Consultations can occur on a one-time or an ongoing basis
Alongside the music therapy programme typical Instrumental lessons and adapted instrumental lessons are also offered on a limited basis. We offer general instrumental lessons in Piano, Flute, Saxophone, beginner guitar and violin for both children and adults from age 6, beginner - Advanced. Lessons provided at students homes. Adapted Instrumental lessons are also offered to those with special needs and disabilities. Contact us today to book a lesson!
Presentations & Workshops
presentations, workshops or taster sessions are provided to increase awareness of music therapy in Scotland or for facilities to learn more about the service.