Our team of music therapists wor with people of all ages and abilities. This includes those with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, ADHD, and learning disorders. Music is often an enjoyable and accessible activity for many including those who are non-verbal or those with physical challenges. After an assessment, your music therapist will determine goals and objectives to address based on your specific needs. 

Goal Areas Include:  

  • Communication skills

  • Emotional expression

  • Social skills​

We use interventions such as:

  • Improvising

  • Drumming

  • Singing



Carmen Lee

Certified Music Therapist 

Carmen loves working with this population, as music allows individuals to express themselves in a safe space, through words, song, music, and movement.  Both active and receptive music therapy interventions are used in each session, including singing, instrument playing, movement, songwriting, listening, and relaxation.   Autonomy, empowerment, and interaction in sessions are often emphasized, allowing for clients to take ownership of the music they are making.  Her clinical experience in this area spans a wide range of age, abilities, and diagnoses and includes classrooms, a children rehabilitation centre, group homes, summer camps, and day programs.