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Not everyone wants or needs a formal partnership with MasT International. There have been many occasions where individuals or organisations have asked for assistance with a specific aspect of an music therapy project being developed overseas. In such cases – as long as the activity sits comfortably within our mission and values – we are always pleased to offer consultancy. There is a charge for this. 


We recently worked with The Music Therapy Trust (India) which is developing an Introduction to Music Therapy course for students at the Indira Gandhi National Open University in Delhi. This course aims to raise awareness of music therapy as a form of clinical intervention and to promote the way in which it is developing as a new field of practice in India. The Music Therapy Trust (India) is a registered charity in India, with affiliation to the Otakar Kraus Music Trust in London, which was founded by British music therapist Margaret Lobo. For more information about the two organisations, click here


Israeli Music Therapist, Tsvia Horesh, first received consultancy from Music as Therapy International in 2012 when she ran an introductory music therapy training course for local workers from 6 special education schools and a disabled centre for children, the Eden Centre, in Yangon. We were delighted to hear that the course was very well received and the staff were enthusiastic to apply their new found skills. A year later and Tsvia has been approached by the staff to help them develop their skills so that they can continue to make the benefits of music therapy available to the children in their care. We are delighted to be supporting Tsvia again by helping her shape her plans for delivering a skill sharing model and turn phase 2 of the project into a reality. To find out more about Project Myanmar, please click here to watch the campaign video and to make a donation to this project.