Ace Music Therapy CIC therapists work in a range of healthcare settings including hospices, care homes, hospitals, in-patient and out-patient units and community rehabilitation centres. Our therapists are highly skilled to use music to listen sensitively and respond appropriately to the needs of our clients. Healthcare settings can be places of high anxiety and music therapy can help to alleviate some of this anxiety.


Music therapy is a unique therapy recommended by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) in their guidelines for the treatment of Dementia (June 2019).


Individual sessions last up to an hour and are entirely client led. Therapists work on aims decided upon following a detailed assessment sessions with a therapist.


We run regular Continued Professional Development days for music therapists, both in person and online.

The Rhythmic Breath

Free music therapy group for people with long Covid, chronic physical and mental health issues.

As the saying goes “where words fail, music speaks” our team works closely with individuals and their families at the end of their lives providing them with ways to connect and creating lasting memories together at a difficult time as well as working to relieve some of the symptoms of their illness and help with pain management and supporting their emotional needs.

Our music therapists work together with the multi-disciplinary team around the client as part of their care plan. We work with the individual needs of the client and sometimes will run sessions collaboratively with other professionals such as speech and language therapists, physiotherapists and occupational therapists. The unique non-verbal medium of music allows us to connect with clients in a unique way.

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