Individual Music Therapy

Music is part of being human.

– Dr. Oliver Sacks, Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain

Music Therapy is an evidence-based profession that uses music as a tool to support development, health, and overall well-being. To find out more about what music therapy is, click here.

Who can benefit from Individual Music Therapy?

Music Therapy is for anyone of any age or ability who’s looking to use music as a tool to support mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual health. InTandem Music Therapy is proud to be a practice that specializes in supporting and empowering neurodivergent children, youth, and adults. Some of the areas in which we have experience are:

What happens in a session?

Every music therapy session looks a little different, as each client has their own unique set of wants and needs in therapy. We develop session plans that best suit the strengths and needs of our clients. A session may involve singing, playing an instrument, recreating songs, song-writing, improvisation, rhythmic based activities, mindfulness, writing musical stories, music-based discussion, playlist creation, and verbal counselling.

How does the therapeutic process work?

Like other therapeutic disciplines, music therapy starts with an assessment. The Music Therapist then formulates individualized goals based on the assessment, client input, and information from a client’s family and/or treatment team. The Music Therapist then implements a support plan that uses music to help reach these goals.

Goals continue to be evaluated, adapted, and built upon depending on the client’s progress.

Fees for Individual Music Therapy Sessions are here.