The UK’s largest music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins will run a two-day conference in December designed to share best practice and research on the social value of music.
As Mental Health Awareness Week launches in the UK, Dr Claire Renfrew explains the impact of music on your psychological, physical and emotional wellbeing.
The music therapy charity has announced a new partnership with Rock Choir which will offer individuals, families and communities a musical platform that improves their quality of life.
The British Association for Music Therapy (BAMT) has expressed the need for increased funding of music therapy in dementia care, following a report by the Commission on Dementia and Music.
Can music therapy help patients recovering from a stroke? A hospital in Cambridge is taking part in the first year-long hospital trial to find out.
Songs by Queen, Pink Floyd and Bob Marley are among the most effective for music therapy patients, a UK study has found.
Music therapy helps reduce depression in children and adolescents with emotional problems, a new study has revealed.
Sad music can provide enjoyment, comfort or pain depending on the listener, new research has revealed.
Music therapy helps boost self-esteem and reduce depression in young people, a new report has claimed.
The Worlds in Collision conference will bring together musicians, scientists and military personnel to explore how music can help soldiers overcome war trauma.