Music therapy is a highly effective way of reaching people of all ages who struggle to communicate, and of enhancing the mental well-being of those who may have been affected by the isolation and anxiety of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Clinical Music Therapy is an NHS recognised psychological therapy regulated by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), based on the understanding that the ability to respond to music remains unimpaired by disability, injury or illness. Music touches our emotions deeply, and music therapy allows those who find it hard to communicate, to express themselves. It has a remarkable ability to enhance social interaction and improve emotional well-being.
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