Adult Mental Health and Wellbeing

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.

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Ages 18 and above

Finding and maintaining daily balance in mental wellbeing takes practice and a set of useful tools which can be reached for in times of need. Music therapy offers a range of motivating musical activities (with the trained music therapist) which can help to build confidence, creativity and help to organise thoughts and emotions. Breathing and singing, rhythm and co-ordination, music production and songwriting and exploring the songs which reach into memories - these are all areas which music therapy can brighten up you day, week and beyond. 


Music Therapy is effective for mental health and wellbeing in many ways: 

  • Increases mother/father-baby bonding

  • Proven to increase.. in children with autism spectrum disorder.. leading to..

  • Music acts as communication and self expression

  • Relaxation and mindful techniques through singing and song can help calm and help with sensory and emotional regulation 

Amped is currently offering one to one online music for infants and their families via the Zoom platform. These sessions will be available face-to-face once all coronavirus lockdown restrictions have lifted. Amped will be setting up in several areas within North Cornwall and Plymouth during the remainder of 2020 (more information to follow).

If you are interested in music therapy for you or on behalf of someone else, you can book here, or get in contact via the contact page here