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Music Therapy & managing 'big emotions'

Often we’re asked how music therapy helps people manage ‘big emotions’. There’s no quick fix. However, we find that, through the therapeutic use of musical improvisation, rhythmic play and songwriting, people can express themselves with and without words and find ways to use music to support regulation, relieve anxiety and enhance mood. There’s much more evidence of the benefits of music therapy on our website and the evidence booklet produced by the Australian Music Therapy Association

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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. Our music therapists are professionally registered with the Australian Music Therapy Association and are focused on strengthening abilities and enhancing an individual’s day-to-day life through music. We are a NDIS registered provider.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 9:30am - 6:00pm | Thursday: 9:30am - 8:30pm | Saturday: 8:30am - 4:00pm

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Brookvale, Sydney, 2100

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