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Address:
4695 Boul de Maisonneuve O.
Westmount, QC, H3Z 1L9

Tel: 514 942-0698

Email: info@westmountmusictherapy.ca 

 

Alison Usher-Jones: alison@westmountmusictherapy.ca
Melissa Tan: melissa@westmountmusictherapy.ca
Karl Hirzer: info@westmountmusictherapy.ca
 

 

           

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Music Therapy

What is Music Therapy?

 One of our clients using our weighted blanket to feel more grounded while jamming it out with a xylophone

One of our clients using our weighted blanket to feel more grounded while jamming it out with a xylophone

At Westmount Music Therapy, we are success oriented and evidence based. That is why we get big results. We are unique in our execution of music therapy, where the focus is on our client's natural strengths in a structured, predictable, positive environment. We use music to address non-musical goals, such as language development, fine and gross motor skills, social learning, expressive and receptive language, and more. Music provides the basis for all of these learning opportunities, and we take advantage of our clients natural curiosity towards music and run with it. 

Who can Music Therapy Benefit?

At Westmount Music Therapy, the majority of our clientele have autism, although we also work with a wide variety of children and teens with different strengths and challenges. We do not discriminate, and our goal is to reach as many children and teens who may benefit from music therapy. Not sure if music therapy could benefit someone you love? Call us!!

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Asperger's 
  • Anxiety
  • Down Syndrome
  • Global Developmental Delay
  • Apraxia
  • Depression 
  • And more!

What Therapeutic Goals Can Music Therapists Address? 

  • Language Development
  • Appropriate Social Skills
  • Attention Span 
  • Deceased Anxiety
  • Emotional Stability 
  • Fine and Gross Motor Skills 
  • Appropriate Self-Expression 
  • Communication Skills 
  • Self-Esteem
  • Relaxation 

Does the client need to be a musician, or musical for music therapy to be effective? 

No, music therapy can be effective for clients of all musical ability.