Thame Music Therapy

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Thame Music Therapy

Music for change

Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire provision with core practice in Thame

Accessible and welcoming support for mental health, well-being and personal development

A creative, engaging and flexible form of therapy for children and adults to support their mental health, well-being and personal development.

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Developing your skills as a singer, pianist or guitarist in a nurturing and supportive environment, learning at your own speed and in your own unique way.

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Experience shared creativity and music-making in an accessible and inclusive way, facilitating more confidence in playfulness and spontaneity.

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Thame Music Therapy is a community-focused therapy practice enhancing the existing network of inclusive support for children, young people and adults in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.

It is run by Hugh Anderson, a music therapist who has worked in mainstream, SEN and SEMH schools, in NHS dementia and mental health settings, and an autism-specialist charity.

Hugh works with many clients who experience barriers to communication, high levels of anxiety and social isolation. This includes people with physical and learning disabilities, special educational needs and mental health conditions.

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If you’re interested in any of the services Thame Music Therapy has to offer, please send us a message using the contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

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