Music therapy

 Music therapy is a research-based practice and profession in which music is used to actively support people as they strive to improve their health, functioning and wellbeing. Music therapy is the intentional use of music by a university trained professional who is registered with the Australian Music Therapy Association Inc and is bound by a code of ethics that informs their practice. Music therapy is different from music education and entertainment as it focuses on health, functioning and wellbeing” (AMTA, 2014)

Currently Inspiravision provides pediatric community music therapy programs and sessions are conducted in the privacy of the client’s home. Programs focus on a wide range of needs including

  • Psychosocial and emotional adjustment following illness or injury
  • Pain management
  • Palliative care/grief and loss
  • Developmental goal attainment (physical, cognitive, communicative, behavioural, psychological and social domains)
  • Rehabilitation following acquired brain injury, stroke or other types of brain injury

Inspiravision also provides a variety of music therapy programs that target other age groups /clinical needs.

Music therapy programs for children aged 0-4 yrs are conducted @ Grow Medical Clinic, Highgate Hill and preparations are underway to expand this service to Grow Medical Clinic, Sherwood. Watch this space for further developments!

For further information or to make an enquiry about Inspiravision’s music therapy services, please contact us