WELCOME to – set up and run by Claire Hope, an experienced state registered music therapist, offers music therapy services to people of all ages depending on need. As well as carrying out individual and group music therapy sessions in North London privately, at schools and other community settings, Claire offers supervision, consultations, workshops, improvisation lessons and lectures in a variety of workplaces. Her work covers a wide range of needs with children and adults including autism, adoption, mental health, parent-baby, profound and multiple learning difficulties and behavioural difficulties. She is particularly interested in attachment and draws on psychodynamic and developmental theory.
Claire (MMT 2000, BMus, LLCMTD) is a member of the HCPC (Health Professions Council) and British Association of Music Therapy
To contact Claire please email email@example.com or use the contact form. Thank you.
“ I have been lucky enough to work with Claire for the last 8 years, as a colleague, as a co-therapist and as a supervisee. Claire has a natural warmth and honesty which immediately puts people at ease and she is very well respected and valued by the people she works with. As a therapist she marries thoughtfulness, and creativity with an ability to be strong and down to earth. Anyone who works with Claire, be they a client, co worker or parent will benefit from her vast and varied experience and her passion and commitment for her work.” – Ruth Hunston (MMT; LTCL) music therapist in 3 schools in North London and supervisor.
“ Claire’s sessions are great fun and flexible enough to accommodate my son’s needs; even when he is having an off day. I’ve noticed significant improvement in his communication and interaction skills. Very highly recommended.” – Leanne, mother of 3-year-old boy with autism who is attending weekly Hope Music Therapy with Claire.
” My non verbal autistic son started music therapy last year (he’s now 4). It is the best decision I ever made, Claire was so welcoming and made the sessions so much fun he really did find his voice from the first session. He went from not saying much to singing songs all day long. The therapy has also taught him to participate in songs and play instruments with me, allowing me to join in is something he rarely did before.” – Sarah mother of 4 – year old boy with autism who is attending weekly Hope Music Therapy with Claire.