Music Therapy For Adults
Music therapy is an allied health profession where music is used intentionally and holistically to enhance health, functioning and well-being. Our programs are person-centred in design and use live music making and improvisational music therapy techniques.
Individual Music Therapy
Individual music therapy programs support a range of non-musical goals
such as communication and social skills development, developing fine and gross motor skills to improve mobility as well as fostering opportunities for choice and control, creativity and self-regulation to enhance everyday
Group Programs For Adults
These inclusive music therapy sessions bring people together to make music with the aim of enhancing communication, developing friendships, supporting creativity, self-expression and building confidence to interact with others. The sessions are designed to meet individual and groups goals using music therapy research-based practices.
Session currently take place on Thursday evening, Friday and Saturday mornings and are booked in term blocks (maximum 10 sessions per term)
RockAbility is our inclusive, accessible and live event where you can become part of the band. You can sing, dance and play keyboards, drums, electric and acoustic guitars.
The band are a collective of community musicians and our therapy team who invite you to play with them to enable everyone to be part of this 'all in jam'.
to improve everyday life
Receive your FREE copy of our brochure outlining how our programs for your adults support life goals of communication, social skills, cognition, physical ability, and emotional well-being.