We have 16 groups and programs to choose from. Come visit our clinic on August 22 for our OPEN HOUSE! Sign up for our newsletter to receive your program guide today!

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Virtual Music Therapy in Group Homes and Schools

Our team specializes in group programming for youth and adults who have disabilities, and have had extraordinary results transitioning our Music Therapy Groups online. Read more about our partnerships here! .

Community Partnerships


Our new signature beginner group ukulele classes for ages 7-12 that provide ukulele basics, while providing tools to build a health self esteem, reduce anxieties, and increase healthy coping skills. .

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Our Services

Individual Music Therapy

Personalized and effective therapy sessions that support persons of all ages and abilities reach communication, social, cognitive, motor and emotional goals.

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Music Lessons & Adapted Lessons

All our lessons are taught by Accredited Music Therapists. Adapted music lessons provide an opportunity for individuals with special learning needs to learn to play an instrument in a supportive and flexible environment.

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Sing it Girls

We are the Guelph & Area providers of the unique and exciting Sing it Girls vocal program for girls aged 7-12.

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Long Term Care & Retirement & Day Programs

Adding a music therapist to a seniors care team can improve residents’ social and emotional health.

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TiTi Tots & TiTiTots for Children with Disabilities

Fun, interactive, and high quality early years music groups for you and your little one.

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Community Music Programs

Unique music programs developed and facilitated by an Accredited Music therapist in schools, daycares, group homes and mental health organizations.

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About Music Therapy & WMTS

Music Therapists (MTAs) are credentialed healthcare professions who use music and musical elements to help clients live healthy and fulfilled lives.

Music Therapy sessions involve the application of music therapy interventions within the context of a therapeutic relationship, a relationship that is developed through music-based, verbal, and/or non-verbal communication. Certified MTAs use music to address human needs within cognitive, communicative, emotional, musical, physical, social, and spiritual domains. They conduct client assessments, develop treatment plans, implement therapy processes, and evaluate progress.

For more information about Music Therapy in Canada, check out the Canadian Association for Music Therapists and The Music Therapy Association of Ontario. You can also find more information through the American Music Therapy Association and the World Federation of Music Therapy.


We are thrilled to announce the opening of our new clinical space at 55 Delhi St, Guelph, ON N1E 4J3.
Stay tuned for more information about our programs and services being offered here.

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