Music Therapy at the Conservatorium provides a comprehensive study of the theory, practice and research of music therapy.
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I always knew and felt the power that music has, but I had no idea how effective it could be in helping those in need. From birth right through to palliative care, music therapists are able to assist in emotional, developmental, communication and rehabilitative needs during any stage of life. I find that astounding. I feel very lucky to have found an area of study and future work in which I will be able to help people in times of need and play music along the way.Andrew BucknallMaster of Music Therapy
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The University of Melbourne’s Music Therapy team has a strong connection with the German city of Würzburg – and it’s only going to get stronger.
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