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Caley Garden
Music Therapist

"Music therapists are nurturers of human potential" 

- Randi Rolvsjord

Online and in-person music therapy services, including assessments and interventions to clients of all ages


-MMus (Music Therapy)-
University of Pretoria
with distinction

-BMus (Orchestral studies)-
University of Cape Town

​HPCSA registered music therapist
AT 000 1295


Who can benefit from music therapy?

Music therapy can be of benefit to anyone, of any age and culture. You do not have to have any musical experience or training to take part in music therapy. 
Music therapists assess emotional well-being, physical health, social functioning, communication abilities, and cognitive skills through musical responses and purposefully designs unique musical experiences to address a client's individual needs and goals.


  • Behavioural concerns (aggression, shyness, withdrawal, excessive tantrums, lack of impulse control)

  • Emotional regulation/expression

  • Learning difficulties

  • Special needs (autism, cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome etc.)

  • Communication challenges

  • Sensory-processing difficulties

  • Hyperactivity

  • Attention-deficit disorder

  • Developmental delay

  • Divorce and family difficulties


  • Stress and anxiety

  • Depression

  • Social skills

  • Emotional regulation/expression

  • Coping mechanisms

  • Special needs

  • Learning difficulties


  • Mental health

  • Life stress

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Stroke rehabilitation

  • Grief and loss

  • Dementia and Alzheimer's

Read - Watch - Learn More

Click on the links below for articles and videos on music therapy

Parent24 interview with Caley

26 January 2018


When Patients have Musical Emergencies

CNN, 23 August 2013


Why I want to change the world with music therapy


What a music therapy session looks like

YouTube, 2015

Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy

Online music therapy journal

What is music therapy?

Annie Lennox for Nordoff Robbins

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