Music Therapy

We believe music is for everyone

Music Therapy is a research based, NDIS recognised practice which harnesses the power of music to help our clients achieve their goals & improve their health, function & wellbeing.

Our music therapists are hand chosen for not only their musical and therapeutic capacity but for value alignment, communication skills, ethics and heart. Each carries with them a post-graduate qualification in Music Therapy and recognition from the AMTA and are highly trained, proficient and excellent at what they do.

Music therapy, delivered by a registered music therapist, has been recognised by the NDIS for inclusion under the support cluster of ‘Capacity Building’ – Improved Daily Living”.

This includes assessment, training, strategy development and/or therapy supports to assist the development or increase a participant’s skills and/or capacity for independence and community participation.

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musictherapy@stormermusic.com.au
We provide Music Therapy at the following locations:
Blaxland
Gregory Hills
Kogarah
Narwee
Parramatta
Penrith
Therapy is provided at all Stormer Music studios and at select partner studios around Sydney.

Music therapy can help with:

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Autism spectrum disorder

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Behavioural difficulties

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Coordination disorders

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Physical disabilities

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Regulation difficulties

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Early intervention needs

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Mental health conditions

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Intellectual disabilities

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Emotional difficulties

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Speech & language disorders

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Brain Injuries & Trauma

Music therapy, delivered by a registered music therapist, has been recognised by the NDIS for inclusion under the support cluster of ‘Capacity Building – Improved Daily Living’. Access for NDIS funding for Music Therapy is available at Stormer Music for plan and self managed clients and their families

Why Music Therapy?

Our music therapists are committed to supporting people of any age and ability regardless of musical skill, culture or background in helping them express, play, create and enjoy music. Learning an instrument is great for:

Improving physical health and ability

Increasing creativity, self-esteem and confidence

Two-way communication skills

Addressing emotional and behavioral difficulties

Rehabilitation of upper and lower limbs

Motor planning

Developing communication and social skills

Emotional and sensory regulation

Social engagement