Music Therapy in Sunbury

Music therapy can support mental, intellectual, physical, emotional or social aspects of wellbeing, by using music within a therapeutic relationship to achieve meaningful goals.

Music therapy is an evidence-based allied health profession where Registered Music Therapists use music-based activities to actively support people with their health, functioning and wellbeing. Music therapy uses music and the relationship formed through musical experiences to support individuals and their families.

Music therapists also use a variety of non-musical therapeutic techniques, and work with a range of other therapists to collectively support the individual to reach their goals.

Want to join our Music Therapy Waiting List? Click the button below or call us on 03 9811 7026.

Music therapy can be used support clients in the following areas:

Anxiety and Stress

Improve Confidence

Emotional and mood regulation

Examine strong emotions

Developing self-regulating strategies

Encourage verbal & non-verbal communication

Practice speech and language targets

Improve gross and fine motor skills

Help regulate heart rate

Breath control

Help improve sleep

Music-based Activities

Various music-based activities can be used to in a Music Therapy session, which are tailored each session to support the needs of the individual:

Singing and/or playing instruments
Improvised music-making
Song writing and composing
Movement-based musical activities
Active music listening – live and pre-recorded
Creating purpose-based playlists
Therapeutic instrument learning

Music Therapy, like all Allied Health practices, comes out of the same part of your child’s NDIS plan as Speech Pathology and Occupational Therapy. You can find more about how Music Therapy can help your child.

Village Therapy is here to help you & your child!

While we see as many clients as we can, our availability may be limited. Don’t let that stop you from enjoying the expert help we can offer. Join our Village today and benefit from access to our group programs, posts and immediate notifications of changes to our waiting list.