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Our Music Therapists
We currently employ 14 music therapists (8 part-time and 4 full-time).
All music therapists employed by Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy in Scotland are required to have successfully graduated from one of the seven accredited postgraduate training courses in the UK and maintain registration with the Health Professions Council. (HPC)
We also require them to maintain membership with the British Association for Music Therapy (BAMT) and have Personal Indemnity Insurance for their clinical practice. In addition to this, because of the nature of our work, they must have an Enhanced Disclosure Check or be a member of the PVG scheme through the Central Registered Body in Scotland.
Our music therapists undertake regular clinical supervision (with a music therapist or other relevant professional) and are required by the BAMT to provide evidence of appropriate training and continuous professional development. As clinicians, they are bound by the code of ethics and standards of proficiency of the HPC and BAMT, who are the governing bodies for the profession.
Based at the Lothians and Fife Clinics:
Janet Halton Executive Director
Kristin Macdonald Head Music Therapist, Lothians and Fife
You-Jung Lee Music Therapist, Lothians and Fife
Sandy Matheson Music Therapist, Lothians and Fife
Francesca Borghi Music Therapist Lothians and Fife
Hannah Munro Music TherapistLothians and Fife
Based at the Greater Glasgow Clinic:
Mary Brown Executive Director
Janet McLachlan Head Music Therapist, Glasgow
Gemma Manning Music Therapist, Glasgow
Laura Burns Music Therapist, Glasgow
Claire Cartwright Music Therapist, Glasgow
Jo Edgar Music Therapist, Glasgow
Based at the Tayside Clinic:
David Clement Administrator
The Board of Management
The Board of Management comprises people drawn from the business sector, music industry and a previous service manager.
Heather Gardner Co-Chair of N-RMT Scotland
Donald Macleod Co-Chair of N-RMT Scotland
Brian Fulton Director, Treasurer of N-RMT Scotland
Chris McLeish Trustee
Stuart Hornall Trustee
George Falconer Trustee
"The Circus comes to Rosslyn School"
Fife Youth Music Initiative partnership project at Rosslyn School
Tuesday 18 June
Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy in Scotland and Fife Youth Music Initiative are working in partnership to provide a creative music project which will enable children with additional support needs to perform their very own musical play on Tuesday, June 18. For more information, please click here.
The Beat - Community Drumming Group In Glasgow
Back by popular demand! Our dynamic and stimulating group for young people with additional support needs.
Introduction to Music Therapy
Wednesday 25th September
A one day training to find out more about music therapy. Through presentations you will gain insight into how making music can change lives for the better.
For further information, please click here.