Music therapy is a creative, engaging and flexible form of therapy. Through a combination of talking and accessible music-making (improvisation, song writing, musical games) to form a positive working rapport, music therapy aims to support mental health, well-being and personal development.
The benefits of music therapy can include:
– enhanced communication and self-expression
– emotional containment and reduced anxiety
– developed awareness of self and others
– improved listening skills and capacity to share
– increased focus and concentration span
– more flexible and creative play
Thame Music Therapy is run by Hugh Anderson, an HCPC-certified music therapist with 15 years experience within mainstream, SEN and SEMH education settings. Hugh is also Head of Therapies for the organisation Resources for Autism. He has worked with a wide range of autistic individuals and people living with ADHD.
Contact Hugh directly on email@example.com
Find out more @ https://thamemusictherapy.co.