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Grow your non-musical goals

through music!

What is Music Therapy?

Music therapy is the clinical & evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional.

Music therapy may help you psychologically, emotionally, physically, spiritually, cognitively and socially. A list of benefits includes:

  • Promote Wellness

  • Manage Stress

  • Alleviate Pain

  • Express Feelings

  • Enhance Memory

  • Improve Communication

  • Promote Physical Rehabilitation

  • Lowering blood pressure. 

  • Enhanced communication and social skills through experiencing music with others. 

  • Self-reflection. Observing your thoughts and emotions. 

  • Self-regulation. Developing healthy coping skills to manage your thoughts and emotions. 

  • Increasing motivation. 

  • Managing pain. 

  • Increasing joy.

  • and more

Who do Music Therapists work with?

People of all backgrounds, ages and cultures can respond to music, and to music therapy.  All ages from infants to seniors are welcome! Notable groups music therapists have helped include:

  • People with special needs. 

  • Individuals with Alzheimer’s disease

  • Victims of trauma and crisis. 

  • Those who are physically ill. 

  • Individuals with mental health disorders. 

  • People with chronic pain. 

  • Substance abusers. 

  • And more!

What happens during a Music Therapy session?

During a 30min, 45min, or 60min Music Therapy session, you and your therapist will do one or more of the following during a group or individual class: 

  • Create music. You might compose music, write lyrics, or make up music together

  • Sing music. Use your voice to share a piece of music. 

  • Listen to music. Enjoy the sound and lyrics. 

  • Move to music. It can be as simple as tapping your toes together or as complicated as a coordinated dance. 

  • Discuss lyrics. Read or listen to the lyrics of a song and talk about their meaning. 

  • Play an instrument. Use an instrument like a piano, guitar, drums, etc. to share music.


Upon request, Music Therapists can work along side the clients other health care providers to help create a cohesive goal helping to unifying their support system. 

Each session is specifically customized to the clients goals/interests, and the most important part of each session is...... to have FUN

Where does Music Therapy take place?

Whether the music therapy is delivered outpatient or inpatient depends on the individual program.

During our inpatient Music Therapy program, clients come to our studio located at 159 Brant Ave. Brantford, Ontario, N3T 3H6, where we have all the tools needed to contact each private and group session. 

Our outpatient sessions involve traveling into schools, hospitals, private homes, nursing homes, community centres and any other location that may require our Musical Therapist to travel. All the tools needed will be brought to your location. 

How do you sign up?

Contact us for availability. Online booking is not available for this program. 

A Music Therapy package must be emailed prior to registration.


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