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Support group

Music therapy

BAMT 2nd Floor Claremont Centre 24-27 White Lion Street, London,
N1 9PD
020 7837 6100

About Music therapy

The British Association for Music Therapy (BAMT) is the professional body for music therapists and a source of information, support and involvement for the general public. Music can stir memories and powerfully resonate with our feelings, helping us to express them and to communicate with others. Music therapy uses these qualities and the musical components of rhythm, melody and tonality to provide a means of relating within a therapeutic relationship. In music therapy, people work with a wide range of accessible instruments and their voices to create a musical language which reflects their emotional and physical condition; this enables them to build connections with their inner selves and with others around them. If you would like to find out more about music therapy, how it works, what a music therapist is and how you can find a therapist, BAMT can help put you in touch with local therapists and services across the UK.


Who runs this service

  • British Association for Music Therapy

Type of service

Support group

Who is this service for?

  • Anyone

Service available

  • For opening times please contact the provider.

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Costs

Please contact the service provider for details of any costs.


Information provided by Alzheimer's Society for the period of 24/01/18 to 14/03/18

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