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SoundEmotive Music Therapy

Finding Heart in Every Beat!

What is Music therapy?  

Music Therapy can provide a special place in which the client can express, explore and develop awareness of their feelings in a safe and supported way. It is based on the shared use of sounds and musical instruments.  One of the strengths of Music Therapy is that it utilises the common experience (of children and adults alike) that music can sometimes reach places that are difficult to find with words alone.

The clients do not need any particular musical skills and the aim is not to teach them to play, although they may well gain a wider knowledge of and familiarity with musical instruments and their sounds.  All Music Therapists are clinically trained to MA level and registered with the Health Professions Council (see for more information).

Therapists are trained in active music therapy and receptive music therapy, and we work across all ages and areas of life. We can come to care homes, community halls, schools, nurseries, hospitals and your own home. we also run from our beautiful base in Wiltshire. 

We are proud to be Wiltshire Approved Alternative Providers and Providers of services to Adoption South West. 

Our Services

We provide bespoke services across all ages and walks of life, from postpartum care for mothers and babies through the dementia care, loss and grief. Our therapists are trained to work with individuals, groups and families. We work in a variety of settings including care homes, schools, community groups, and clients homes. Our therapists are enhanced DBS checked and registered with the HCPC. We work very closely together and with other professionals in our area as part of a multi-disciplinary approach to ensure we deliver the correct and highest quality service.

Individual sessions are £60 per session, at the hub or £70 per session for home, school, or other facility bookings within a local radius as of April 2023. 

There are reduced rates for schools/homes/organisations for booking of over 3 hours per day for minimum term of 12 weeks - please contact us for details. 

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