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Music therapy

Music therapy is based on the belief that, in some way, everyone can respond to music. 


At Woodbridge Trust we use a qualified Music therapists from a specialist service to use music, either improvised or pre-composed, in a specific way to encourage interaction and communication. 


The sessions are as interactive as possible, readily accessible instruments such as percussion are available for people to play in the sessions.

Why music therapy helps Students?

Music therapy can provide new insights into the way someone functions and the way they relate to other people.  Essential to the process of Music Therapy is the building of therapeutic relationships within safe professional boundaries.  Over time, through the music therapy process, the music therapist works to help the person to develop and to fulfill their potential.

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