Prospect Music Therapy

2 Bukit Batok Street 24, Singapore


Using holistic, evidence-based music therapy methods to promote health and well-being in Singapore.

Welcome to Prospect Music Therapy, established as an organisation aimed at promoting research and advocacy in creative arts therapy across all sectors from neonatal to palliative care.

In line with professional code ethics, our mission is to provide a safe space for all people, regardless of color, gender, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation.

Prospect Music Therapy also focuses on providing support to community musicians in Singapore working with people with special needs and eldercare, and individuals interested in pursuing music therapy as a career through workshops throughout the year.


Music psychotherapy is the use of music within a client and therapist relationship to promote the client’s emotional, psychological, physical and spiritual growth and healing. This method combines instrumental and vocal improvisation, singing, songwriting, listening to recorded music and talk therapy.

Developmental Music Therapy provides a variety of developmentally appropriate music experiences in an intentional method to facilitate change and development in communication, social emotional learning, sensorimotor and cognitive skills.

Neurologic music therapy is a method commonly used for movement disorders commonly found in stroke, acquired brain injury and Parkinsons’ Disease. Common techniques used by neurologic music therapist include Melodic Intonation Therapy (MIT) for expressive aphasia and Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation for gait.

Customised Music Therapy Programs (For Organisations) may be consulted and developed for organisations. Each program lasts between 8 to 10 sessions, and funding may be explored together with organisations to run the programs. Current clients include voluntary welfare organisations and schools.

Music Therapy Stress Reduction Program runs once a year, over 8 weeks. It was adapted from a program Evelyn designed as a control protocol for a research study with National University of Singapore. The course structure is similar to Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction, but it provides the added dimension of active and receptive music-making in the program. Suitable for corporates and schools to implement as well.

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