Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to support the development of children and young people with diverse learning needs.
A music therapy programme can assist in:
- improving motor skills
- developing both non-verbal and verbal communication
- developing self-confidence and self-awareness
- developing attention span and focus
- strengthening emotional and social skills, such as turn taking and sharing.
I am a New Zealand registered music therapist specialising in working with children with diverse learning needs in the Wellington and Wairarapa region. My current clinical practice includes working 1:1 and in groups with pre-school and school aged children in the home and school setting. In a past life I studied opera and worked in broadcasting. My role as a music therapist now combines my love of music with my passion for working with children and their families, and seeing children of all abilities reaching their full potential.
Registered Music Therapist
RMT, MMusTher, BMus
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"Pip’s so good at interacting with parents and instantly spotting the differences between babies and the bigger kids and that in fact every child is different. She’s able to adapt her approach to suit"
"Pip has a magical way of bonding with our child, whilst understanding his needs and abilities"
phone: 027 216 7182