About Music Therapy
Music Therapy enables a wide range of people, of all ages, to develop skills and improve their health and well-being. At Chiltern Music Therapy we base our sessions around working on 4 main areas; using the different elements of music, such as tempo, melody, rhythm and harmony to encourage progress in these areas:
Our Registration and Qualification
Music Therapy is an Allied Health Profession alongside Speech and Language Therapy, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and other health professions. As such, Music Therapists must be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council, who regulate and keep a register of all qualified professionals. All Music Therapists must have an MA in Music Therapy to practise and must adhere to strict standards for conduct and proficiency as required by their registration with the HCPC.
All our Music Therapists are also registered with the British Association for Music Therapy – BAMT and hold enhanced CRB disclosures.
Neurologic Music Therapy
Some of our Music Therapists have additional training in Neurologic Music Therapy which is an evidence-based treatment using a number of specific techniques to work on improving problems in three main areas: Cognition, Communication and Movement. Read More...