WORKSHOPS & IN-SERVICES
We love educating about music therapy. Having spoken at conferences, workshops, and facilities throughout New Zealand, we pride ourselves on our ability to communicate clearly and effectively.
Our presentations include information about music therapy, case studies of music therapy in various populations, examples of music-based interventions, and relevant information in relation to your organisation. We also have clients that enjoy coming along and sharing their stories.
We have packages for preschools, schools, parent groups, businesses and organisations.
Current workshop packages:
"How to use music differently". - These workshops can be tailored.
2-hour workshop from $600+gst – 1 therapist facilitating - up to 20 people.
2-hour workshop from $900+gst – 2 therapists facilitating – up to 50 people.
"An introduction to Music Therapy in New Zealand - What is Music Therapy & How to become a Music Therapist".
In this online webinar, you will hear from the Director of SMT Kimberley Wade as she talks you through what music therapy is & how to become a music therapist.
Corporate / Workplace sessions:
Did you know that Music Therapy is great for the workplace, it allows the team to express themselves through music playing and music makes you happy, what more could you want than a happy team!
Our options are as follows:
Make music work for you at work.
Decrease Stress – research.
Stress tool and life enhancement.
Singing – is not just for professionals.
Each option is classed as one session, you can book as many as you would like. Prices vary so please get in touch with us to discuss further what you would like to achieve. 15% of each quoted price will be donated towards those struggling to pay for Music Therapy.
Songwriting for end of life.
Our most treasured service we offer, work alongside one of our leading Music Therapists to write & record song for end of life. This could be a one-off session or ongoing until the song is complete.
Please get in touch with us to discuss your options.
Please contact us for more information.
“Kim gave a very engaging presentation as part of our bi-annual training day. It was inspiring
and very well received by the whole team. It showed the skill and passion with which she and her
team deliver their service, and demonstrated the role that music therapy can play in the
rehabilitation of neurological conditions”
Pat Hopkins – Clinical Manager Community Rehabilitation
Dip Phty, NZPT