We’re very proud to share our presentation at this year’s ‘Music Heals’ series, run by Hong Kong Generation Next Arts – HKGNA . We are honoured to share our stories and perspectives on music therapy to a global audience. Thank you to Tahlee and Isaac and their parents for sharing their inspirational journeys – their […]
After a lengthy qualification and culling process over several stages, we are thrilled to announce we’ve been named as a STATE FINALIST in the TELSTRA BUSINESS AWARDS in …
As vaccination rates increase in NSW, Sound Expression is in the process of planning our return to face-to-face sessions. Thank you for your patience during this lockdown – it has been a tough time for everyone and we thank you for […]
We are continuing to grow – a very warm welcome to our new team members Michelle How, Cathy Cai Lee and Alice Lai. Michelle How graduated with a Master of Music Therapy from the University of Melbourne. She also has a Bachelor of Music in Contemporary Performance. She has experience in teaching piano to children […]
Wonderful news! We have again been nominated as a Finalist in the 2021 Northern Districts Local Business Awards. Thanks to our amazing clients and their parents, carers and support workers for their commitment and support for Sound Expression, especially during the pandemic. And of course, huge thanks to our very dedicated team for continuing to […]
Sam attends music therapy at Sound Expression to work on his communication skills, emotional regulation and self-expression. In this video, you will witness Sam gradually coming out of his shell and exploring his voice.
We are seeking expressions of interest from Registered Music Therapists to join our music therapy team in our bustling North Ryde clinic, commencing in August. We need a therapist who has experience working with children, especially in early intervention and with primary school aged children. You must be available to work on Wednesday and Thursday, […]
Thank you to Disability SPOT for inviting us to present as guest speakers to their network of speech pathologists, occupational therapists and physiotherapists.