Rachel Foxell

  • People of all ages: Intellectual or Physical disability, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Communication Disorder, Sensory Impairments
  • Adults: Neurodisability
  • Elderly: Palliative Care, Neurodisability

I love helping people of all ages and abilities to enrich their lives and engage in community through creating music together.

I love connecting with people of all ages and abilities, working with their strengths and musical preferences to meet their goals in a meaningful and authentic way. I am always thrilled when a moment of connection through singing or playing together can spark a transformation for that person’s learning, relationships or quality of life. I have over 12 years’ experience working with children and adults with a disability, with the elderly, and in other health settings. I would love to speak with you about your specific goals and how music therapy can help!

NZ Registered Music Therapist
Master of Music Therapy – University of Melbourne, 2007-2008
Graduate Diploma of Learning & Teaching – University of Southern Queensland, 2012
Bachelor of Music (Performance, Flute) – University of Auckland, 2004-2006