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.
NEWS and PROJECTS
Music therapy sessions
Every person is unique, and Stephen's music therapy sessions are person-centred based and tailored to the client's need and interests, creating an inclusive and supportive environment. Stephen offers 1 on 1 and group music therapy sessions in client’s homes, schools and care homes. Therapeutic goals and objectives are developed and agreed upon between the music therapist and the client/caregiver.
Within a professional approach, music can really break through where words can't.
Get to know me
Stephen lives in Bristol, UK but grew up near Venice. He studied all types of music from an early age, winning the international competition of "Concorso Internazionale di Musica Citta di Stresa" for young choristers.
He studied flute at the Music Conservatory of Music in Italy and afterwards went on to earn his master degree in Music Therapy, deepening his clinical knowledge in palliative care with his bachelor's degree in Nursing Science.