Music Therapy Programs

School of Music


Music therapy uses music as a tool to achieve individual goals in areas such as speech, motor skills, and social behaviour. In a music therapy session, music can be a motivator to learn academic material, provide positive sensory experiences, improve social behaviours and relationships, enhance motor coordination, and improve communication skills. Most importantly, music therapy provides an accessible opportunity for all ages, from toddlers to seniors, to experience the beauty and joy of making music together.

Individual Music Therapy Sessions

The music therapist focuses on the personalized therapeutic goals of the client through musical activities.

Adapted Music Lessons

The music therapist provides basic instruction on an instrument or voice, adapting the format of the session and/or instrument to accommodate student needs.


A Singing Group for People with Parkinson's

Class Times: Mondays, 10:30-11:45 am

A singing group for people with Parkinson’s, brain injury, and stroke. Work on improving respiratory function and maintaining speaking abilities by learning to sing through vocal exercises and familiar songs.
For detailed information and tuition fees contact the Conservatory at 902-423-6995 or