Unlocking potential through
Key Changes Music Therapy welcomes you to explore what we offer and how our charity brings positivity through music
In line with the Code of Conduct of the British Association for Music
Therapy, our mission is to:
Provide a professional music therapy service across the community, both within Hampshire and beyond.
Work directly with referred clients, of all ages, towards the alleviation of the emotional effects of mental illness, learning disability, social deprivation and developmental delay.
Improve awareness of music therapy amongst carers, parents, teachers and other professionals with the aim of enabling those in need of music therapy to benefit from it.
Raise funds to enable the provision of music therapy to assist those unable to afford the fees.
Ensure clinical practice, assessment and evaluation procedures and any research are evidence-based.
News and events
On Nov. 18th, at Winchester University, we held our
Annual Conference 2023
- an inspiring day of sharing and discovering:
Music therapy - the sooner the better
The day focused on working with children and the importance of
A delegate group of over 30 music therapists, other professionals and students from across the Southern region joined discussion forums on how music therapy supports children, and making referrals;
they heard moving case presentations by Key Changes therapists;
they explored the days themes in playing together and they heard from conference KEYNOTE presenter:
Thank you to all who made this such a valuable day.
Please see the conference programme for more information.
Key Changes is 15!
Huge thanks to all involved for the fabulous
Celebration Concert - Sat. 30th September
Opening the Celebrations at St Paul’s Church, Winchester was,
Rubik’s Cube from Osborne School who completely
wowed the capacity audience!
Guest of honour was Winchester Mayor, Cllr. Angela Clear, posing here with concert performers including acclaimed international star singer, Key Changes Patron
Roderick Williams back row 4th from left