Trish has taught at Melbourne University in the Masters of Music Therapy course. She has taught voice, piano, and guitar privately for 25 years.


For over ten years, Trish has supervised music therapy and other health graduates who need support with voice care and using their voice therapeutically in group and individual clinical work.


Trish is passionate about supporting early clinicians to both offer evidence-based best practice and to understand the complex funding systems in place such as FaHCSIA, NDIS and grant bodies.


Trish can help music therapists navigate the terrain of setting up a private practice, how to work with other allied health or education/ El workers and how to support their clients and families in early education settings. Trish is also experienced in supporting clinicians in self-care strategies to look after themselves too!


Her own thriving music therapy practice is a unique combination of humanist principles and practical behavioural strategies. Her work is family-centred, and evidence based. She has developed a strong reputation for supportive, inclusive care. While Trish's focus is on wellbeing and optimal development, she is also sought after for academic contributions to the field of music therapy and music in early childhood settings.

For her work with children with ASD, Trish has completed training in ABA, PECS training, Floortime and sensory processing.

You can contact Trish @ to discuss supervision possibilities.