I am a self employed Music Therapist based in Edinburgh. Having studied MSc Music Therapy (Nordoff Robbins), I tailor my approach for working with each individual to cater to their specific needs. I specialise in working with young people and adults with autism, although I am also very interested in working with persons suffering from Dementia.
Music therapy is an established clinical and evidence-based use of music intervention to help individuals to improve or maintain their health. For more information, please contact me, or visit the British Association of Music Therapy website.
Alicia Music Therapy provides a personalised service for each client. Beginning with 1 months free trial, you are able to see the benefits of music therapy and decide if it is the correct therapy for you, without worrying about the cost. Sessions can last between half an hour, to an hour, and take place once a week. The therapist will write notes following each session and then provide feedback via a report for every 12 sessions that have taken place.
The music therapy approach used encompasses all modes of expression, not only music, but movement, verbal, and even art. This provides a unique service, and can be especially beneficial for people who struggle to express, or communicate with language, or don't have language at all.
Alicia Music Therapy typically works with people with autism, although music therapy may be used to help anyone who has been affected by injury, illness, or disability, or anyone who might find it difficult to express themselves with language.
Clients may be visited at home.
If you are interested, or have any questions or would like to request more information, please see my website, where you can also contact me personally.