Ever since a young age, Jenny has always enjoyed playing the piano and making music.
While studying at Victoria University majoring in music composition, Jenny attended a few national music therapy conferences, as well as doing voluntary work in rest-homes and camp for children with disabilities. She felt drawn to the nature of work in music therapy. In 2007 Jenny completed her Masters in Music Therapy training in Wellington. Since then she has been working as a music therapist, mainly with children and adults with Neuro-disability. She received further training in Neurology Music Therapy, and the FloorTime Approach for children with autism.
Jenny has experiencing working in both New Zealand and Singapore.
She is a talented pianist and has a key interest in improvisation.
She likes working as a team, co-creating programmes with other therapists. She also enjoys working alongside staff and caregivers, sharing ways of using music to create a calming environment and to promote therapeutic relationships.
In her spare time, Jenny enjoys going to cafes, hiking, traveling, and doing voluntary work.