Music Therapy

Make a happy noise

What is Music Therapy

Music therapy is an allied health profession that uses evidence-based practices and approaches to support improvements in health, functioning and well-being.

Support for your goals

In music therapy, music-based activities and experiences such as singing, playing instruments, songwriting, dancing or movement to music and music listening are used to support a wide range of non-musical goals based on the individual needs of participants. These may include social, emotional, cognitive, physical, communication, parent-child bonding, well-being and quality of life goals.

Music therapists work collaboratively with participants, their support people, and other allied health professionals to plan, facilitate and evaluate music therapy programs that support participants in achieving their goals and enhance their quality of life.

The right support for you

You don’t need any previous musical experience or skill to benefit from music therapy! My Therapy Crew offers music therapy services for people of all ages and abilities.

Music therapy is an NDIS-funded support and can be delivered through individual or group sessions with a Registered Music Therapist. These sessions can be weekly or fortnightly, depending on individual arrangement or needs.

The specialist training of a Registered Music Therapist is distinct from other allied health professions and separates music therapy from participation in non-clinical or recreation-based music activities such as music lessons or community music groups.

For more information about music therapy, please visit the Australian Music Therapy Association website (

Contact our crew

Our main office is centrally located on Level 2 at 1808 Logan Road, Upper Mount Gravatt.