They are therapeutic interventions similar to counselling or psychotherapy that aim to improve mental health and wellbeing. They use music, drama or dance as the means of communication. They can be particularly beneficial for adolescents, young children with communication difficulties, people on the autistic spectrum, people with dementia and in whole-family therapy. Regular sessions can be very reassuring for a child with autism, for example.
Here at Cambridgeshire Music we offer both Drama Therapy and Music Therapy .
Therapists work with individuals or groups to achieve positive changes in behaviour, emotional well-being and communication.
This supports any, or all, of the following:
£48 per hour booked by organisations, schools or families.
Mary, music therapist working with dementia patient, Edward
Orla Casey, Head of Music Therapy, Cambridgeshire Music