Chiltern Music Therapy
Chiltern Music Therapy is an award-winning not-for-profit
organisation that offers music therapy to people of all ages and needs.
We help people with learning disabilities, mental health difficulties,
brain injuries, dementia and Alzheimer's, from new born babies,
children to older adults. We can run sessions in person or online.
Our Music Therapists all have a Masters degree in Music Therapy, and
are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and the
national body the British Association for Music Therapy.
Our Music Therapy approaches are all backed by science, and we are
dedicated to improving the lives of our clients. We are here to help
anyone who needs it.
Opening time notes
- Monday:9am – 5pm
- Tuesday:9am – 5pm
- Wednesday:9am – 5pm
- Thursday:9am – 5pm
- Friday:9am – 5pm
- Saturday:9am – 5pm
- Sunday:9am – 5pm
- All Year
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for a referral form, or call and leave a message on 01442 780541 and one of the team will call you back to tell you about our services.
Facilities and equipment
We run one to one and group sessions at home and in community settings and residential care across the county, delivered in-person or online. Please contact us to find out more!
Last updated on: 11/12/2020
- Community facilities and provision
- Health and wellbeing
- Music and dance
- Care and support
- Disabilities impairments and learning difficulties
- Social emotional and mental health
- Speech and communication
- Care Act (Adult social care and support)
- Local Offer (special educational needs and disabilities ages 0-25)