'Please Believe' - Becky's Music Therapy

It is #MusicTherapyWeek

We are very excited to present ‘Please Believe’.

Join Becky, her Mum Andrea, and Angela,Becky’s #NZRegisteredMusicTherapist at the Raukatauri Music Therapy Centre.

A big THANK YOU to the following people:

What's On:

Celebrating the hard work of Aotearoa’s Music Therapists from November 14 – 20, this year is running slightly differently to previous weeks. This year’s theme is Make the Change, with MThNZ wanting to bring awareness to what music therapy is and why more people should choose it as a career. Music therapy is a growing profession with a significant demand for more therapists in Aotearoa, especially in regional and suburban areas. Our Make the Change theme hopes to inspire more people to explore the potential of music therapy as a viable and fulfilling profession.

“It is an exciting time for music therapy in New Zealand, and we are at a pivotal point in growing our profession exponentially. The number of NZ Registered Music Therapists is growing, but not enough to meet the demand of our communities. Over the past 50 years, the efforts of those to lobby and advocate for our profession is paying off and we are receiving weekly enquiries for NZ Registered and qualified Music Therapists across the country. Particularly outside of the centres of Auckland and Wellington regions. It is with that we ask musicians, students and other professionals to think about making a change. To consider a rewarding, fulfilling and sustainable career as a NZ Registered Music Therapist. Make the change, and make a difference to people’s lives through music”

Linda Webb, MThNZ President and Helen Dowthwaite, MThNZ Executive Officer.


Kim Wade on RU 98.5FM Christchurch


  • Kim Wade RDU 98.5FM 00:00

Kim Wade on The Breeze FM


  • Kim Wadre: The Breeze 00:00

Music therapists are in hot demand

Jen Glover from the Raukatauri Music Therapy Centre talks to Karyn Hay on Radio NZ

Jen Glover



Below you can find downloadable images and resources you can use and share over the course of Music Therapy Week