British Association for Music Therapy

The British Association for Music Therapy (BAMT) is the professional body for music therapists and a source of information, support and involvement for the general public. Music therapy is an established clinical discipline which is widely used to help people whose lives have been affected by injury, illness or disability.

Who to contact

Contact Name
BAMT Admin team
Telephone
020 7837 6100 020 7837 6100
E-mail
info@bamt.org
Website
British Association for Music Therapy
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Location

Name
British Association For Music Therapy
Address
2nd Floor, 24-27
White Lion Street
London
Postcode
N1 9PD

Time / date details

Session Information
Normal Office hours - 8am to 3.30pm - Monday to Friday

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Music therapy can help in many clinical situations, particularly where communication is difficult due to illness, injury or disability. Music therapists frequently work as members of multi-disciplinary teams in health, education or social care - or in private practice. Click on the links below to read more. Music therapists support the client’s communications with a bespoke combination of improvised or pre-composed instrumental music and voice, either sung or spoken. Individual and group sessions are provided in many settings such as hospitals, schools, hospices and care homes, and the therapist’s approach is informed by different theoretical frameworks, depending on their training and the health needs which are to be met

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