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Rwanda Programme field work underway

Posted in Projects on 20th June 2017

Our International and UK Programme Manager, Lindsay McHale, and our Rwanda Programme Officer, Hannah Hulin, have arrived in Kamembe, Rwanda. They will spend a week here delivering training for staff who work with children with disabilities. Thank you to @rwanda_aid... Read on

Leaving but not letting go: Jane's Story

Posted in Blog on 20th June 2017

Taking a look at Jane Robbie's 17 years working for Music as Therapy International - the experiences, the changes - and what the future has to bring for her and the charity (with special thanks to our Ambassador, Kate Robinson for capturing this story) Jane... Read on

Waterways Children Centre Skill-Sharing project update

Posted in Blog on 26th May 2017

On Friday 3rd March we went back to visit the team at Waterways Children's Centre in Thamesmead, South East London. It was such a delight to observe the practitioners running the Interactive Music-Making (IMM) Groups with such enthusiasm and ownership. Having... Read on

New Resource Available

Posted in Projects on 26th May 2017

We are delighted to launch a new resource born out of our work in Romania, Rwanda and Georgia last year, but highly relevant to music therapists, students, educators, health professionals and the wider public worldwide: Our Research Summary is a unique 175-page... Read on

Thank you Newton Prep

Posted in Fundraising Events on 11th May 2017

Enormous thanks to Newton Prep Parents' Association for sharing the proceeds of their recent Quiz Night with Music as Therapy International. Their generosity will almost cover the cost of one whole Interactive Music-Making Award, introducing interactive music... Read on

UK Film

Posted in Projects on 8th May 2017

Film-maker Charlotte Mackie is in the middle of travelling around the UK to capture the experiences of the amazing staff who have participated in our training projects here on home soil, and the people they work with. This footage will be turned into a short film... Read on

Final week and Follow Up (Worthing)

Posted in Blog on 5th April 2017

The final stage of any of our 6-week introductory training projects is when the participating staff take over the music sessions themselves.  Music Therapist Hazel Child, who has led an introductory training project in a care setting for people living with dementia... Read on

An update from Jane Robbie

Posted in Blog on 28th March 2017

After 17 years of working for Music as Therapy International I have made the difficult decision to leave my current role in the office.  I say difficult because it really has been a very tough decision!  I have been working closely with Alexia, the whole team... Read on

An update from our new Programme Manager, Lindsay McHale

Posted in Blog on 24th March 2017

It's been a very busy and exciting first few weeks in my new role as UK & International Programme Manager for Music as Therapy International.  The team have been incredibly supportive, patient and helpful showing me the ropes and teaching me about the different... Read on

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