Tanya is passionate about music and loves her work as a music therapist! It has always and continues to bring her well-being, distraction and satisfaction on many levels, such as, doing good to others, to ease, to lighten, to appease, to send off to sleep, to encourage laughter, to make dizzy to discover or to pour out one's heart. She is a pianist since childhood and has been part of a choir for many years.
She completed her Bachelors in Music therapy from UQAM in 2008 and Master's of Music Therapy (MMT) at Wilfrid Laurier University in 2010. She was the President of the Association québécoise de musicothérapie from 2014-2018, and was the vice president from 2011-2014.
She has been working in Verdun and the Greater Montreal area for over 10 years in organizations and in private practice, and particularly enjoys working with newborns, babies, and children under 5 years old. Whether they are premature, sick, hospitalized or isolated, music acts as a real and wonderful remedy for these children.
In older children who may have, for example, a physical or intellectual disability, developmental or behavioural delays or issues, an illness, difficulties with expression, self-esteem or self-knowledge. She knows that music can be a facilitating tool, all while adapting to the needs of each person.
Rachel is an experienced music educator with a background in clarinet performance and music therapy.
Rachel is a board certified Music Therapist in the Montreal area and has been a music teacher for 10 years. Rachel completed her bachelor's in clarinet performance with a minor in psychology at McGill University in 2013. during her time at McGill, Rachel also studied music education and was a Little Musician instructor teaching early music skills to pre-school aged children.
Rachel completed a Graduate Diploma in Music Therapy at Concordia University in November 2019. During this time, Rachel interned with children with complex disabilities and visual impairment, and at-risk mothers and their children. Rachel has completed her Master's in Music Therapy at Concordia University, and wrote her thesis about attachment theory.
Olivia believes that music plays an important role in mental health and she is passionate about using music as a tool to support the well-being of her clients. While it isn’t always possible to communicate what we need, want, or feel with words, she believes that music can bridge this gap, and become the pathway to connection.
Olivia graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with a Bachelor of Music Therapy and a Minor in Psychology. She has completed her training in Neurologic Music Therapy. In addition to being an accredited music therapist, Olivia is a singer-songwriter, performer, and vocal/ guitar teacher.
Olivia has experience with a wide range of clients, including children with special needs, adults with developmental disabilities, and seniors with Alzheimer’s and dementia. She is passionate about making music therapy accessible to individuals who can truly benefit from it.
Montréal, Québec, Canada
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