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Institute Launches New Music Therapy Programme in Sydney

16 August 2016

Chris O’Brien Lifehouse and The Institute for Creative Health are delighted to announce the launch of a new music therapy programme for patients.

The programme, generously supported by the Susan and Isaac Wakil Foundation, enables patients to  take part in bedside music therapy and song writing, CD projects and performances, and the weekly Lifehouse choir.

“My music therapy sessions became my happy hour,” says patient Megan Smith. She was diagnosed with breast cancer late last year, just a few weeks short of her 45th birthday just after she had started studying for a Batchelor of Science degree. She says music therapy has allowed her to find a silent space within, a place to be calm and find peace – something that is hugely valuable during this traumatic time.

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