Happytime and Music Therapist Hugo Wong, a registered music therapist with the UK Health and Nursing Professionals Association, work together for adults and children who are suffering from emotions, trauma and stress (such as bereaved, emotionally ill, affected by domestic violence), cancer patients, mentally handicapped, dementia patients, special educational needs, and also provide music therapy experiential workshops for different institutions. Hugo believes that we can all connect our inner emotions with others through music and sound, and increase the possibility of expression. Compared with language alone, we can more effectively decompress, express and explore ourselves at another level.
What is music therapy?
Music therapy enriches the communication elements of the client through music, deepens the conversation process, and achieves therapeutic goals for the client under a relationship of mutual trust.
Why do you need music therapy?
As an expression that is both verbal and non-verbal, music therapy can effectively provide a creative way for clients to explore, understand, recognize and express themselves.
Music can enrich the communication element of the client and deepen the conversation process, so as to know more about oneself. Sometimes sounds are easier to express inner feelings than words alone, and can also touch a wider range of emotions.
How can music therapy help children?
- Incorporate emotional education elements into music, so that children can better understand their own emotions
- Through interaction and music creation, children can develop their creativity and improve their concentration
- Understand your own inertia in the process of music creation, change and improve interpersonal relationships
To get free professional advice from a music therapist, all you need to do is WhatsApp to 6331 4858, together with your name and email, and you will get a 15-20 minute phone chat opportunity😆.
Learn more about one-on-one music therapy training for children or adults