- Adult & Elderly: Dementia, Palliative Care, Neurodisability
- Adult: Physical and Intellectual Disability, Addiction, Mental Health, Eating Disorder, Communication Disorder, Trauma
- Preschool Children & Primary/Intermediate Children: Autistic Spectrum Disorder
I have my own small music therapy practice ‘Music for Life’ which has become a growing practice since I founded it in 2012.
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 feel honoured that I get to walk alongside and help people on their unique journeys.
It focuses on personal and quality therapy for all ages and abilities. I am passionate that music therapy is available to all individuals and groups. It specialises in working with those living with dementia, recently winning two regional grants for pilot projects in the community and contributing to NZ’s knowledge on Dementia in the music therapy practice. My article on this pilot project was recently published in the MthNZ Journal.
BA in Music Studies
Masters in Music Therapy (Hons) Wellington, graduated in 2012 (7 years practicing)