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Picture of a woman holding a red chime bar and the arm of another woman playing guitar  to her
Four women and one male playing and engaged in music
Individual music therapy 
Individual sessions allow for in-depth work towards specific goals, focusing on social-emotional, communication, fine and gross motor and cognitive skill development.
Sessions are tailored to incorporate individual musical interests and preferences. Assessment is required for prior to beginning therapy to establish musical preferences, strengths and personal goals.
 Sessions are available through the week and on Saturdays.
 One man and a younger man looking at each other and the music therapist playing guitar to them.

Group music therapy
 JAM provides the opportunity to meet new people, make friends and play music together. 
We aim to extend the social network of our members and for them to be involved in an activity they love- music!
Our tailored and exclusive programs provide the opportunity for self-expression and development of social skills in a fun and supportive environment.
Assessment is required for all new members prior to joining, to establish musical preferences, strengths, and personal goals. This is a Program of Support under the NDIS.
JAM  group music therapy operates on Wednesday evenings at Hampton Community Centre.  
 We take a break for 2 weeks during Term 2 Victorian School Holidays and after the End of Year concert in December each year   


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