Monthly Archives: July 2021

  • News:

    Online therapy continues to support clients during rehabilitation

    Delivering online arts therapy sessions to clients with brain injuries throughout the pandemic has been a resounding success and in certain circumstances, going forward, will continue to be used complementary to face-to-face sessions, according to Chroma, the UKs leading national provider of arts therapies. Over the last 12 months, Chroma has had to adapt their therapy sessions to successfully deliver Neurologic Music … MORE

  • Uncategorised:

    The role of Arts Therapies in young people with Autism

    By Lucy Collings Pettit, Neurologic Music Therapist, Chroma For young people with an autism spectrum condition, the arts therapies (music therapy, art therapy and dramatherapy) can play a significant role in enabling them to express themselves. In the earlier years, arts therapists will often focus on working with the core characteristics of the child’s condition, for example social communication, interaction and imagination. … MORE

  • Case Studies:

    Chroma delivers Arts Therapies at Pathfield School

    By Lucy Collings Pettit, Neurologic Music Therapist, Chroma Pathfield School, a special school in North Devon, recently decided to partner with Chroma, the UK’s leading provider of arts therapies. Building upon the success of the existing music therapy provision within the school, Pathfield’s new partnership with Chroma has seen the commissioning of a full arts therapies team. The new Arts Therapies Service … MORE