Music Therapy sessions are performed by a trained and registered music therapist (AMTA) with a masters degree in Creative Music Therapy and over 680 hours of professional practice experience.
Music therapy sessions are designed to adapt to meet the ever-changing needs of the individual including sensory, emotional, communicative, cognitive, motor, social and educational goals. No previous musical experience is necessary.
Music therapy is a clinical use of musical interventions which utilise musical elements such as melody, harmony, rhythm, dynamics, structure, tempo, timbre and pitch to achieve clinical goals across the emotional, mental, physical, social, and spiritual human spectrum.
Amped offers individualised music therapy sessions for the following age groups:
Infants and children
With specific focus on:
Disability; communication and cognitive/motor development, social interaction, sensory regulation
Mental health and wellbeing
Using integrated music therapy approaches including:
Nordoff-Robbins creative music therapy
Community and culture-centred music therapy
Family music therapy
Psychodynamic music therapy
Allied health and educational transdisciplinary approaches
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Currently all sessions are on online due to the coronavirus lockdown. Face to face music therapy will commence once the lockdown is over in the UK (more details to follow).
Initial online consultation
The initial consultation includes a discussion via the online zoom platform where you can meet your therapist and ask any questions. You will discuss goals and what you want to get out of the music therapy sessions.
10-15 minutes - free
Online music therapy sessions
Online music therapy sessions include interactive music interventions such as song composition and recreation, improvisation, rhythm, movement, receptive methods, and music discussion via the Zoom online platform. It is recommended a minimum of 6 sessions and at least 12 music therapy sessions.
30 minutes - £30
50 minutes - £45
Face to face music therapy sessions
These sessions are on hold until we can meet face-to-face.
Face to face music therapy sessions include interactive music interventions such as song composition and recreation, improvisation, rhythm, movement, receptive methods, and music discussion. It is recommended a minimum of 6 sessions and at least 12 music therapy sessions.
30 minutes - £35
50 minutes - £50
2x 45 minute assessment and report
Face to face assessment and report includes 2x 45 minute music therapy sessions which encompass a range of formal and informal assessment techniques and are collated into a music therapy report which can be shared with service providers, organisations, allied health and health professionals.
2x 45 minutes + report - £120
Digital Music Therapy (online)
Digital music sessions include learning to use and write music using music technology (Ableton Live, GarageBand and other digital audio workstations) via Zoom online platform. Sessions are run on a week - by - week bases and can be arranged for every 2 weeks if appropriate.
50 minutes - £50
Group Music Therapy
Group music therapy sessions are cost effective and a great way to experience music therapy with others. Based on a community music therapy approach, group sessions integrate social, cultural and community values to explore a range of musical styles and compositions.
1 hour - £25 per person
Online payment via BACS bank transfer and Paypal.
Payments can be set up weekly, monthly or in blocks of 6.
All pricing matches the UK standard recommendation for music therapy.