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Music lessons have so much benefits. Building confidence, improving self-awareness, and increased concentration, to name a few.


In music therapy, the objectives are non-musical. Music in this context is used within a therapeutic space to achieve goals from various non-musical elements. This could be singing to improve speech, improvisation, and even better vocabulary.

Here's how you'll know when to work with a music teacher:

  • You are looking to learn a new instrument

  • You are interested in improving your musical skills through the use of technique, repertoire, sheet music reading, and theory.

Here's how you'll know when to work with a music therapist:

  • You are looking to improve your quality of life through better motor skills, social abilities, verbal communication, emotional expression, behaviour, better learning, or coordination.

  • You are interested to find out about how you can use music as a tool to improve your mental, emotional, and physical health.

  • You are interested to discover therapeutic approaches that are best suited for your needs that also use your unique skills and abilities.

  • You want to learn or improve your musical skills through adaptable music lessons

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