Music Therapy is an evidence-based profession that uses music to achieve health goals.
Music Therapy at CHI consists of a team of 5 Music Therapists who provide clinical Music Therapy services to children and adolescents with a range of medical conditions. There is a large evidence base to support the role of Music Therapy in acute paediatric care.
Our team of specialist Music Therapists provide family centred psychosocial support to infants, children and young people using music based interventions.
Music Therapy aims to help each person navigate their hospital journey and cope with their experience of illness, treatment and hospitalisation.
To find out more about this service please contact
Tel: (01) 878 4192 email Alison.firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday - Friday 8.30am – 4pm
Tel: (01) 4096764
Monday to Thursday 9am - 5pm
Tel: (01) 640 7502 email: email@example.com
Friday's only 9am - 5pm
Music therapy sessions are child led to support autonomy and a sense of control, which are central to positive coping skills.
A typical session may include some of the following interventions;
use of familiar songs
improvised music making
controlled musical stimulation
Music Therapists focus on what people can do, rather than any limitations they may experience. No previous musical experience is necessary.
We accept referrals from the Multidisciplinary Teams of the above listed specialities.
The CHI Music Therapy Department facilitates clinical MT placements for students on the MA Music Therapy training programme at the University of Limerick. Unfortunately, due to the sensitive nature of the work, we cannot support Transition Year or other work experience placements