Music, as a non-verbal medium and universal language, can express feelings that cannot be put into words, and Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of the music with all its elements to achieve non-musical goals and to help people improving physical and mental health.

At Music & Sound Therapy we implement effective music psychotherapy methods to instil self-understanding among patients, helping them to adopt new attitudes and feelings towards life situations.

Our music therapists draw upon the innate qualities of music to enhance people’s wellbeing of all ages, abilities and needs, such as, amongst others, children, adolescents, adults, elderly with mental health needs, developmental and learning disabilities, Alzheimer’s disease, brain injuries, physical disabilities, and people with acute and chronic pain. Our music therapists support the clients striving for their full potential by encouraging them in their full physical, emotional, social, spiritual development.

At Music & Sound Therapy we help the clients working together to support them improving verbal and non-verbal communication, promoting social skills, offering positive and creative means of expression, helping confidence, creativity and personal growth. We use instruments and voices to help people to communicate in their own musical language whatever the ability, providing sensory and intellectual stimulation experiences.