Virtual Music Therapy
We are delighted to welcome Leslie Wrenn who will be leading our Virtual Music Therapy sessions!
During our virtual group music therapy session, we will have fun making music while working on goals in communication, vocalisation, choice making, movement, and more! We will use live music, Lámh, and seated physical movement to learn and play. With the group format, children and parents will have the opportunity to see and virtually engage with their friends.
Who is it suitable for?
Places are available for new term which is open to boys and girls aged 6 months to 3 years.
Virtual Music Therapy takes place Thursday mornings from 10:30am – 11:00am. The term starts Thursday September 10th.
To book your child in or to make an enquiry please contact Leslie via email at email@example.com .
The sessions will be free of charge as The Down Syndrome Centre is currently subsidising the activity.
Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
Leslie Wrenn is a musician and music therapist originally from the USA. She received her Masters of Music Education in Music Therapy from the University of Kansas (USA). She holds board certification from the United States (MT-BC) and is a member of the Irish Association of Creative Arts Therapists (IACAT). Living in Ireland since 2015, Leslie has worked as a music therapist with clients of all ages and abilities in schools, nursing care facilities, residential facilities, and in private practice in Dublin, Kildare, and Wexford.
Leslie has received additional training in Lámh, Hanen, and from Down Syndrome Education International. She also holds a Bachelor of Music in Voice and Choral Music Education from Northwestern University (Chicago, USA). Leslie is a classical and traditional musician, with an emphasis on voice, harp, guitar, and bouzouki. She performs with the RTÉ Philharmonic Choir and in sessions in Bray, Dún Laoghaire, and Stepaside.
Leslie is mum to Niamh, who was born in 2017 with Down syndrome. Niamh currently enjoys playing the three-string guitar, harp, bodhrán, and most of all, singing.