- Traumatic Brain Injuries
I chose to study Music Therapy because I love working with people and I’m passionate about music.
I love being a Registered Music Therapist because I can practice Music Therapy safely and under a professional umbrella. It also means I can work in a supported environment.
I’m a Registered Music Therapist based in the greater Wellington area. I work with a range of people from young teens through to older adults in a variety of settings, and specialise in working with people with neurological conditions, such as aphasia, apraxia and dysarthria. I use a range of methods such as breathing exercises, melodic intonation therapy, song singing, rhythmic games to develop the singing voice and thereby encourage spoken language.
Soundscape Music Therapy
- Bachelor of Music
- Master of Music Therapy