Spotlight on Music Therapy and Neuro Rehab

Spotlight on Music Therapy and Neuro Rehab


Physio Matters’ latest Spotlight Webinar will explore the role of music therapy in neuro rehab with special guest speaker Daniel Thomas, Managing Director and Musical Therapist at Chroma Therapies Ltd.

The webinar ‘Rhythm of Life? Music Therapy and Rehab’ will take place on Wednesday 12 May 2021 from 12.00pm – 1.00pm and is free to join by registering at the link below.

What is music therapy?

Music therapy is a form of psychological therapy using music, sound, instruments, and music technology to support people to understand themselves and make positive changes in their lives. It is used in neuro rehab to engage and support children and adults with a range of psychosocial, emotional, medical or behavioural issues. Music therapy can provide a range of benefits including:

  • Increased self-expression, confidence and communication
  • Developing trust and positive relationships
  • Improved concentration and attention span
  • Improved motor planning and coordination

In this Physio Matters Spotlight Webinar, Daniel will explore music therapy and its role in neuro rehab. He will look at music neuroscience research within brain injury and the idea of music as a Treatment Modality. Daniel will also introduce Neurologic Music Therapy as a clinical specialism within functional neuro rehab.

This will be an interactive webinar with case studies, clinical examples and discussion.



About Chroma Therapies Ltd.

Chroma provides psychological arts therapy services including Art Psychotherapy, Dramatherapy, Music Therapy or Neurologic Music Therapy. It offers a national service with over 70 therapists, covering education, health and social care sectors. Chroma works with a range of professionals including brain injury case managers, solicitors, social workers, physiotherapists, and occupational therapists.

Chroma was formed in 2013 by a dedicated group of therapists supported by an experienced management team. Its therapists work in different types of healthcare settings including acute in-patient settings, out-patient and community rehabilitation centres, and highly specialist units for patients with a prolonged disorder of consciousness. They also work on a case-by-case basis where a child or adult has had a traumatic/acquired brain injury.

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Update: Watch the Webinar Now

This webinar has now taken place and was recorded. You can watch it below. The video lasts for 55 minutes.

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