Music therapy is an evidence-based psychological clinical intervention that uses music to support clients’ emotional, cognitive, physical and social needs.
Music offers a powerful way to communicate and connect, especially where words may not be possible or available.
All music therapists in the UK must be registered with the HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council) and are recognised as allied healthcare professionals.
You do not need to have musical experience or skills to receive music therapy...
Adults and children of all ages may benefit from music therapy. Holly works with a range of clients across west Wales in Pembrokeshire and areas of Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion. Sessions may include activities such as listening to music, playing instruments, songwriting, and creating playlists, with interventions designed to meet your specific therapeutic needs.