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Music for Life

A Person-Centred Music Therapy Practice

Have you ever wondered if music therapy could be right for you or someone you care for? Whether it's a child with autism spectrum disorder, or an older adult living with dementia, music therapy can help with social, emotional, and physical goals in a fun and engaging way.
As registered and certified music therapists in the Greater Wellington Region, we are committed to providing professional person-centred care to all ages and for all needs.  We are here to guide you through all of life’s challenges with a goal-oriented, client-focused, needs-based approach.

 

Why I love my Job

"Music has the ability to connect us physically, emotionally and spiritually; expressing that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent"

 
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Accessibility

Committed to your needs

We are committed to making access to music therapy available for all families. We travel to schools, homes and community centres to ensure access is easy and comfortable. We prepare for each session, providing all the instruments needed.
We have been successful in receiving year long grants for some of our groups and individuals through community grants, and government organisations.

 

What our clients are saying

Bryn's Story

"We were desperate for help.
We were desperate to help him anyway we could."

Hutt Central School

"This was a very beneficial service to which I will be applying for another grant to have it again for other students at our school in the future."

Grand Daughter

"Thank you all so much for Rani’s music therapy sessions. This had absolutely been the turning point for Nan and has allowed for me to continue to care for her at home when it was honestly looking very bleak.”

Kat, a Mother

"The most important things are the look of pure enjoyment our son has on his face when he listens to a clip of a tune they made, how he seems a little calmer with these sessions and the fact that he can tell us that these sessions make him happy."