Music Beat Therapy Services offers music therapy services for children and adults of all abilities. We offer clinic-based music therapy on Brisbane’s northside at Nundah and mobile services in the areas of early childhood development, disability, mental health, aged care and rehabilitation. With a focus on sensory integration, motor planning, emotional regulation, speech and language, social skills and general development, health and wellbeing, there is a music therapy program for everyone! Group and individual music therapy sessions are offered from Monday to Friday by our Registered Music Therapists and Allied Health Therapy Assistants.
Music Beat Therapy Services provides different therapeutic options to suit different organisations, family and individual needs and situations:
We provide music therapy with many different populations and settings, including early childhood and intervention, school aged children and young people, adults, aged care and other organisations.
Visit our What is Music Therapy page to learn more about how music therapy can help you, your child, your client or organisation.
Please email [email protected] or complete our online form to organise a consultation.
Our Music Therapy Clinic space is located at the North East Baptist Church, 23 Chapel St, Nundah.
You can access our clinic from the Chapel Street entrance at the base of the stairs and access ramp. There is onsite parking available via Boyd Street, and street parking on Chapel Street and Bage Street.
Music Beat Therapy Services offers individual and group music therapy programs to schools, respite centres, disability services, aged care and community organisations. Our programs suit people of all ages and abilities, including support staff, parents, siblings, carers and other family members.
Music Therapy interventions are used to encourage the development and improvement in many areas, such as social skills; fine and gross motor skills; communication, speech and language; cognitive skills and learning; self-expression, self-awareness and self-regulation; behaviour management, engagement and attention, and parent-child bonding.