Monthly Archives: May 2017

  • News:

    PRESS RELEASE: Queen’s “We Will Rock You” is number one hit for therapy patients, new survey shows

    Queen’s classic stomper “We Will Rock You” is the number one song used in music therapy in the UK, according to a new survey by Chroma. Its emphatic rhythm and strong melody make it ideal for the rehabilitation of speech, language and cognitive functions following a stroke or acquired brain injury – as well as in group therapy sessions designed to resolve … MORE

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    Blog: Help… my child gets attached to strangers!

    Attachment comes in different forms but is nearly always rooted in a child’s early stages of life. However, if and when dealing with attachment issues, there are things that can be done. Babies are born with a biological drive to seek proximity to a protective adult for survival in the form of attachment. Depending on how fulfilling the attachment was, it determines … MORE

  • News:

    Blog: Are you being controlled by your child’s behaviour?

    Do you ever get the feeling that you are not always the one in control of your family? Controlling behaviours projected by children are a real challenge for parents and a common one at that. They can stem from the unconscious feeling of helplessness or lack of safety and could also peak at transitional stages of a child’s life. Anxiety and the … MORE

  • Case Studies:

    BABICM/CMSUK/VRA Joint Conference

    Realising Potential Through Creativity – we won! Chroma attended last week’s BABICM/CMSUK/VRA Joint Conference in Nottingham, talking with 100’s of case managers, solicitors, OTs, PTs and others. It was a really positive conference. Chroma’s Anna Menen-Sanchez and Crystal Solomon Le Bars from the Portland Hospital, London won the Poster Competition. Voted on by delegates, their poster highlighted the clear benefit of Neurologic … MORE

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    Blog: How can music therapy help you?

    Music is ingrained within us in one way or another, you may not be able to sing or play an instrument, but it still evokes emotion and memories which could be used as leverage to treat traumas or disabilities. The music itself can help people of all ages suffering from stress, anxiety or simply feeling down. For example, a nursing home in … MORE