About Music Therapy @ Rejoice

Music has its innate therapeutic qualities that positively impacts almost every person.  Music Therapy is the clinical use of music interventions to achieve various goals unique to the individual. There are many different approaches to Music Therapy.  @ Rejoice Creative Music, the sessions are largely governed by the principles of the Nordoff Robbins Creative Music Therapy Approach where we work on the premise that every individual has the ability to respond to music. Through the active music making and interaction with a music therapist, children work towards individualised goals which can include the following:

  • encouraging communication

  • improving attention

  • promoting self-expression 

  • regulating emotions

  • improving psychomotor skills

Children can expect to play music, sing, engage in musical stories and more. No prior training or experience in music is required. Do note that  only individual sessions are conducted at the studio.  

For institutions interested in running groups at their premise, please contact us directly through the channels below.

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Music Therapy

Almost all children respond to music. Music is an open-sesame, and if you can use it carefully and appropriately, you can reach into that child's potential for development.

 Clive Robbins


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