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Early Childhood Development

In early childhood, music therapy is used to enhance and develop social skills, communication, self-expression and sensory motor skills.

It may also be used to develop relationships with others through listening and participation in music making.


Play is encouraged through structured social activities within a fun, musical context. This can enhance learning through musical repetition and encourage confidence through exploring the instruments.

THE BENEFITS OF MUSIC THERAPY
FOR CHILDREN'S DEVELOPMENT

ENCOURAGES SELF-EXPRESSION

ENCOURAGES CREATIVITY

SUPPORTS THE SENSORY SYSTEM

ACQUISITION OF SOCIAL AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS

PROMOTES NEUROPLASTICITY
OF THE BRAIN

EMOTIONAL REGULATION

Music Class

"Almost all children respond to music. Music is an open-sesame, and if you can use it carefully and appropriately, you can reach into that child's potential for development"

Dr. Clive Robbins

CONTACT
ANAM MUSIC THERAPY

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