"Life can get difficult, and sometimes a little help from a professional Music Therapist can make things better.
I care about your well-being and provide you all the tools you need in order to seize the day and learn how to tackle even the most traumatic circumstances".
Stephen currently lives in Bristol, UK, but grew up near Venice.
He studied all types of music from an early age, winning two times the international competition of "Concorso Internazionale di Musica Citta di Stresa" for young choristers.
Stephen is a fully qualified HCPC registered music therapist and certified NMT Neurologic Music Therapist. He received further training in Psychological First Aid, Counselling and Cognitive Behavioural Couching. Stephen is also a qualified registered nurse (bachelor degree in Nursing Science). Within a holistic person-centred approach, he includes in his sessions techniques based on meditation, mindfulness practices and breath-work.
He's a passionate flute teacher for beginners of all ages (Classical, Jazz, Bossa Nova) and a member of ISM (Incorporated Society of Musicians).
As a Music therapist, he began his career with children and young adults of refugees, and later on, he focused on serving children and adults with learning difficulties, developmental disabilities, autism and Down Syndrome. He currently works also with the elderly with Dementia in several Care Homes in the southwest area of the UK.
He works on a one to one basis and with groups, offering private music therapy sessions at the client's home. He's devoted to sensitise the public opinion on the music therapy, through educational workshops, conscious of the importance of the music to improve the work environment.
Stephen is a professional Music Therapist, a registered member of HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council) and BAMT (British Association of Music Therapy). He's a NMT certified music therapist. He's a qualified nurse and member of IANLPC (International Association of Neuro Linguistic Programming and Coaching) and a member of ISM (Incorporated Society of Musicians).