Our Services


Suffolk Music Therapy Services believe in recruiting the best Music Therapists in the region.  All of our work is tailored to meet the unique needs of every individual and care is taken to ensure high standards and best practice always.  Our work is regularly audited, reviewed and assessed.  We provide a broad range of services which include both children and adults work.




 



News


New film made about Music Therapy for BBC website

We are really proud to announce that a new film introducing Music therapy has been made by us and the BBC. The film is part of an incredible resource for parents and includes lots of information and videos. The new resource - TinyHappyPeople was launched by The Duchess of Cambridge in July 2020.  Click on the link to see our video!

Our Online Music Therapy service is live!

We are incredibly proud to announce that our Online Music Therapy service is now open!  After a period of several weeks of intense training and development, all of our Music therapists are now trained to deliver Music therapy remotely. This is an outstanding achievement and we are among a small group of Music therapy organisations in the UK pioneering this new and exciting field of Music Therapy.  For more information about this service and to make a referral, please contact the Music Therapy Manager.

**New Resource Page for Children and Adults who are Self-Isolating**

Following the recent lockdown since March 2020 and the closure of schools, our amazing team of Music Therapists have produced an amazing list of resources. Click here to have a sneaky look at our new page of resources!

Providing Music Therapy at Ipswich Hospital - Children's Ward

We are so excited to be working with an amazing charity - JessGrantCelebration and from January 2020, we will be providing Music therapy to children and young people on the ward. 





Supporting Mary's Meals

Since 2010, Suffolk Music Therapy Services have been supporting this amazing charity to provide chronically hungry children with one meal every school day, encouraging education that can lift them out of poverty in later life.