This is part one of Tricia’s conversation with Fleur. In this episode, Fleur shares about her unique journey to finding Music Therapy and how she has continues her MT practice across continents. We focus on cultural awareness and adapting to different clinical settings.

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Fleur completed a Master’s in Music Therapy degree at the University of West England in 2015. Since then she has worked with population across the lifespan. Fleur also has experience and knowledge working in a variety of settings including schools, long term care homes and community based organizations. 
She is passionate about research into music therapy and mental health. Fleur is working towards a PHD in Music, focusing on improvisation, well-being and mental health disorders. 
Her therapeutic approach is person-centred and rooted in a humanistic perspective. She facilitates and supports individuals within a music-centred framework and  focuses on the strengths and innate musical abilities  of the people she work with.

Find Fleur online, on Facebook, on Instagram, or email her at

Culture-Centered Music Therapy

Music Therapy in Context: Music, Meaning and Relationship

Effective Supervision for the Helping Professions: Michael Carroll 

Supervision of Music Therapy: A Theoretical and Practical Handbook by Helen Odelle Miller and Eleanor Richards

Medicine Wheel

The Zones of Regulation

Shake It Off – Taylor Swift

Clair de Lune

A Sea Symphony – Ralph Vaughan Williams

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