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Thu, 18 Apr



Music for Mental Health in Schools

Join North London Music Therapy for a free webinar to find out how music positively affects mental wellbeing in school-aged children

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Music for Mental Health in Schools
Music for Mental Health in Schools

Time & Location

18 Apr 2024, 16:00 – 17:00


About the event

Mental Health and Anxiety are the two key concerns in schools across Barnet. One in five children had a probable mental disorder in 2023, the likelihood of this increasing over the past three years by 50%. This is a live issue and new, creative thinking is needed to tackle the problem.

Music Therapy is recommended in the NICE guidelines to treat young people with depression - and it can boost the wellbeing of Barnet school children too.

This free webinar is for SENCOs, PSHE Leads, Safeguarding Leads, Headteachers and Deputy Headteachers working in schools across Barnet. Find out how using music across your curriculum can benefit every child in your care.

Two of North London Music Therapy's HCPC-registered music therapists will take you through a practical series of strategies to help you use music across the curriculum, improving communication and behaviour, and developing social skills within peer groups, equipping children for life. Find out:

- What music therapy is

- How music helps with communication, behaviour and social skills

- What music therapy looks and sounds like, with examples from sessions

- How to access musical support for your cohort

NLMT works across London, using music as part of therapy for children with or waiting for a diagnosis of autism, SEBD or ADHD, and with children with EHCPs. We also offer workshops for beating exam stress and managing anxiety for both primary and secondary school aged children.

Let us know you're coming by booking your slot below. Tickets are free of charge. Looking forward to meeting you!


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