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Welcome to Chiltern Music Therapy

Whatever your age or need, we are here to support you!

How we work

At Chiltern we can provide Music Therapy, Neurologic Music Therapy™ and Community Music services both digitally and in person across England.

Whilst everyone’s situation is different, you can usually expect to follow this process with us:

Identifying your needs

1. Identifying your needs

We speak to you to find out your needs and/or the needs of the person you are referring.

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2. Matching your practitioner

You will complete a referral form to provide us will all the information we need to match you to one of our practitioners.

Finding a time

3. Finding a time

Our referrals team will work hard to find you a practitioner at a time that suits you.

Establishing goals and aims

4. Establishing goals and aims

You will have an initial conversation with your practitioner where you can discuss your goals and/or aims of the sessions.

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5. Starting sessions

The sessions will begin and can be short or long term depending on your needs.

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Training Events

We run regular training events for music therapists and AHPs including GarageBand and Outcome Star training. We also work closely with universities to provide lectures and workshops for music therapy students and we provide training in the settings we work in, providing sessions for staff in care homes, schools and hospitals.

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Our Services in Action

At Chiltern Music Therapy, we are striving for a world where music therapy is the transformative thread in everyday life.

This film shares the story of three people who have been supported through the power of music.

Stories and News


Meet 9 year old, Aisha

Read her story

Social Enterprise Day

Did you know that Chiltern is a social enterprise?

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Techniques for Improving Mental Health in Children and Young People

Find out more about our upcoming new training

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We would like to introduce you to 14 year old, Josh

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Mark was one of the patients we supported at the Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital

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Photos from our Inclusive Singing Afternoon at Waddesdon Manor

A few photos from our event on 23rd September 2023

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We would like to introduce you to Ruby

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Chiltern Training Q&A

We've answered your questions about our professional development offer

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Meet our Norfolk-based Music Therapist

We would like to introduce you to our Music Therapist, Verity

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Our 2022-23 Annual Report

We are delighted to share our 2022-22 Annual Report

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Support our Work

Help us to provide music therapy to the most vulnerable and isolated members of our society.

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