Inviting Musical Exploration in a Safe and Therapeutic Environment
We all seek meaningful relationships and opportunities for growth and progress in our lives. Adults with developmental disabilities or mental health concerns also benefit from the opportunity to express themselves and be heard and understood.
In both individual and group music therapy for adults, the music and the music therapist create a safe space for exploring one’s potential, strengths and needs. Through structured music making, improvisation, songwriting or lyric analysis, a musical journey begins that can lead to increased self-confidence, improved leisure skills and a satisfying relationships with others.
The Benefits of Music Therapy
Adults who are living independently, in residential homes or day habilitation programs often find individual and group music therapy sessions beneficial.
- Improving Mental Functioning through the qualities of music associated with memory, timing, sentence structure and phrasing.
- Improve Physical Functioning with movement.
- Develop Social Skills.
- Improve Communication and Expression.