Many thanks to Rocky Biasi from Human Connections for his incredible Professional Development Workshop for our team called ‘The Accidental Counsellor’. Working in a helping profession like ours, we are often faced with scenarios where we need to respond appropriately when clients and families open up to us about a range of difficulties and stressors […]
We were honoured to have Associate Professor Grace Thompson, Head of Music Therapy at Melbourne University conduct a Professional Development seminar for our Sound Expression team this month. We delved deeply into discussions on humanism, post-humanism; ableism and post-ableism. It was a fantastic discussion and very valuable for our team as we look to embrace […]
This month we welcome Damian into our Sound Expression team! Damian has been volunteering at Sound Expression since mid last year. He is now joining us officially as a Music Therapy Assistant whilst studying the Master of Music Therapy course. Damian has a Bachelor of Music and a dual diploma in Audio Production and Music […]
As part of World Music Therapy week 2023 (10 – 15 April) – we hear from Zeb’s mum about her experience of music therapy with Zeb!
Karuka is an inspiring client of ours who has found a passion in photography and has gone on to produce an acclaimed photography website titled ‘Down to earth’. She has won awards for her work and her photos have been displayed in various exhibitions. Her story was put together by her sister Satara into a […]
Welcome to Christine Morson who is joining our Saturday team over the next 6 months while Lydia Wang is on maternity leave. Christine joins us with over 17 years of experience as a music therapist – her experience encompasses adults and children with a broad range of disabilities, young children in early intervention settings, adolescents […]
It’s World Music Therapy Day! Today we want to celebrate the power of music and remember how listening, playing and engaging music can be! We have put together a little video on what Music Therapy means to our clients, parents, carers and our own RMT’s. Hope you all enjoy watching it. A huge thanks to […]