Music Therapist and Counsellor
Certified NMT Neurologic Music Therapist
ABOUT MUSIC THERAPY
Music therapy, an established and allied health profession, is the clinical and evidence-based use of music with all its elements to achieve non-musical goals and to help people to improve physical and mental health or functional outcomes.
Music, as a non-verbal medium, can express feelings that cannot be put into words. Music therapists are committed to supporting clients of any age and ability regardless of musical skill, culture or background.
In a music therapy session, instruments and voices are used to help people to communicate in their own musical language whatever the ability.
Founder of Music & Sound Therapy
NEWS and PROJECTS
Music Therapy sessions
Every person is unique, and Stephen's sessions are person-centred based and tailored to the client's need and interests, creating an inclusive and supportive environment.
His approach is non-judgemental and compassionate, supporting you on your journey to healing and mind-body-spirit wellbeing. Therapeutic goals and objectives are developed and agreed upon between the music therapist and the client/caregiver.
Get to know me
Stephen is a fully qualified HCPC registered Music Therapist and certified NMT Neurologic Music Therapist; with an MSc in the psychology of pathological addictions, and further training in Counselling, Mental Health First Aid and Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. He has a broad range of experience with different client populations, including adults with mental health difficulties, PTSD, anxiety and depression, children and young adults with learning difficulties and autism, elder people with dementia.
Within a holistic person-centred approach, Stephen includes in his practice techniques based on mindfulness and breath-work, offering a combination of talking and non-verbal approaches to help his clients in their life’s difficulties.