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For children and young people under the age of 18

living in the South West of England.

Feeling anxious or low mood? You're not alone.

FRIDAY

FEELINGS

Lunchtime drop-in

until the end of lockdown

Free

Amped Music Therapy is offering music therapy sessions for children, young people and adults in North Cornwall, Plymouth and beyond.

During the Coronavirus lockdown, music therapy aims to decrease isolation, offer help and support and promote positive mental health and wellness through fun and colourful musical interactions. Sessions are multi-sensory and draw on unique strengths, qualities and needs. 

to find out more

1-2-1 and group sessions available

Loneliness happens to everyone.

And at the moment, being alone is the norm.

Amped music therapy believes that no one should feel lonely this lockdown. Through the use of technology, we can create important connections and invite our friends in for the fun!

Amped is offering personal and professional help for you and your organisation to get you up and online so that everyone can feel more connected, including resources for families and staff.

If you or your organisation are interested to find out more

click here

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Loneliness

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What is

Music Therapy?

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Vision and

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About

Amped

Amped is looking to connect with community organisations

so if you are one or know one who might be interested..

please say hello!

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WANT TO FIND OUT MORE?

Elise is a HCPC Registered Music Therapist with a Masters in Creative Music Therapy from Western Sydney University.

She is South West Area Co-ordinator of the British Association for Music Therapy (BAMT) and a registered RMT with the

Australian Music Therapy Association (AMTA).

Elise currently works with CLEAR, supporting children and young people

who have experienced emotional trauma, domestic violence and sexual abuse.

 

She has also had experience working with children, young people and adults with autism spectrum disorder, neurological disability, brain injury rehabilitation and adult mental health and aged care. Music is a universal language and can be accessed by everyone, any age or musical ability with no discrimination

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