Find a NZ Registered Music Therapist

The following members of Music Therapy New Zealand who are also Full or Provisional Registered Music Therapists with the NZ Music Therapy Registration Board and hold a current annual practising certificate.  A list of all Registered Music Therapists who hold a current annual practising certificate can be found here.

Alison (Ali) Talmage

I am an Auckland music therapist, experienced with people with diverse needs across the lifespan. 

Anna Sedcole

Music connects, energises, soothes, heals, and helps us process, among other things.

Anthony Manere

Striving to provide an enriching therapeutic and educational experience for children, teens and adults

Carlos Riegelhaupt Landreani

Music facilitates connection on multiple levels of existence, its the meeting point between the body, the mind, and the spirit. I feel privileged for being able to use music as…

Claire Molyneux

Located in England, available for Research, Supervision and Training

Colette Jansen

A love of music and personal experience of it’s healing ability led me to study music therapy. As a music therapist I get to use music to connect with, and…

Daphne Rickson

I love how positive things can happen when people and music come together.

Elizabeth Bolwell

I am passionate about personal development through building musical relationships.

Emily Hunt

The real power of music lies in the connections that it can forge between people

Fiona Hearn

I appreciate helping children and adults reach their full potential through music.

Helen Dowthwaite

Music has a powerful ability to connect us all and help us to find our voice.

Helen O’Rourke

I enjoy bringing music to peoples lives and enriching their experiences.

Helen Ridley

It is my privilege to partner with individuals and families in using the special qualities and power of music to support healing and wellbeing.

Jenny Gordon

I am particularly interested in resourcing people into their own well-being (living the best life they can, given who they are), therefore living and aging well.

Jingyuan (Cici) Kong

I feel grateful to choose to be a Music Therapist because my desire to help people who have complex needs could be realised through my music.

Kathryn Stevenson

I enjoy seeing positive results as music ‘touches’ others and assists them to grow.

Keryn Squires

Specialising in palliative care, grief and loss; located in Wellington.

Libby Johns

I enjoy participating in the musical journeys of others and helping them develop.

Liz Wallace

Providing supervision and consultation. Based in Ōtautahi / Christchurch

May Clulee

I enjoy working with people to discover their full potential through musical experiences.

Megan Glass

I am privileged to work with many people, using music, which I am passionate about.

Neil Jourdan

I feel blessed to be able to do this work on a daily basis.

Penny Warren

I have worked with people from across the lifespan and with many needs.

Rachel Austin

It is a privilege to support people’s growth and wellbeing through Music Therapy.

Rachel Foxell

“I love to help people of all ages and abilities create music and engage in community.”

Rani Allan

Research has shown that music has the ability to connect us physically, emotionally and spiritually; expressing that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent. I…

Shari Storie

I love experiencing sparks of connection and witnessing significant progress.

Sophie Sabri

My passion is to make music accessible to anyone and to use it for self-expression, life skills improvements and personal development.

Yvonne MacSweeny

With 16 years experience working with children and adolescents in mental health and disabilities, I have seen how music therapy can facilitate change, bring joy and enrich the lives of…