NMTSB provides music therapy services for individuals with neurologic conditions (ASD, brain injury, CP, developmental delay etc). We run sessions both in venues (Arana Hills and Everton Park) and in family homes/schools/centres across South East Queensland Monday – Friday.
If you are interested in starting music therapy sessions. Please complete an intake form below. Press submit and we will get back to you as soon as possible with an available time/day.
Rebecca Eager is a Registered and Neurologic Music Therapist with a Masters of Music Therapy degree from the University of QLD. She has completed 2 advanced fellowship trainings in Neurologic Music Therapy and previously been employed by the University of QLD (Masters of Music Therapy program) in a lecturing and Clinical Placement Coordinator position. Rebecca is currently the Vice President of the Australia Music Therapy Association. CV
Belinda McNamara is a Registered and Neurologic Music Therapist with a Masters of Music Therapy degree from the University of QLD. She has completed advanced fellowship training in Neurologic Music Therapy and also holds a Bachelor of Science majoring in psychology.
Laura Morell is a Registered and Neurologic Music Therapist with a Masters of Music Therapy degree from the University of QLD. She has also completed an undergraduate degree in psychology and music and is interested in pursuing a PhD in future. Laura currently holds a position on the Australian Music Therapy Association Queensland branch.
Mia Chiang is a Registered and Neurologic Music Therapist with 5 years experience as a Paediatric Occupational Therapist in Taiwan. Her education background includes a Masters of Music Therapy degree from University of Queensland, and a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy degree from Chung-Shan Medical University in Taiwan.
Mia has worked with a range of children including those with ASD, ADHD, Developmental Delay, Cerebral Palsy and Down Syndrome. She loves using different approaches to provide assistance and empower children to reach their true potential. Mia believes in the uniqueness of each individual and finds that being a therapist is a rewarding and mutual learning process with the child and the family.