Welcome to She.Lee.Music. We provide music therapy and music education services in beautiful Richmond, BC and its surrounding areas.

Our mission is to provide quality services that promote health, wellness, learning and creative expression for people of all ages and abilities. Our passion is to bring together families, friends and communities through music.


UPDATES & EVENTS:

January 2018: See Sheila’s 7 tips on mindfully using music to improve your mental health. Pick up a copy of Fashion Magazine’s February edition, view the PDF here, or read part of it online: Tuning up

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January – March 2018: “Building Bridges with Music” music therapy sessions are on for the winter semester!  Participants with special needs are invited to register. Music and games will be used to promote friendship and social skills.  Each participant will be paired up with a teen volunteer.  Thursday music therapy sessions led by Mary Cobham.
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Dates: Thursdays, January 18 – March 8

Time: 4pm-5:30pm (Music therapy is from 4:15pm-5:15pm)

Location: Byrne Creek Community School, 7777 18th St, Burnaby BC

Ages: Children and Teens (call to inquire about ages)

To Register: Andrew@socialdiversity.org, 1-888-247-5071 Ext. 714


December 2017: The She.Lee.Music team wishes all of you a wonderful, warm, and joyous winter season.

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Winter greetings


Saturday, Nov 4, 2017:  “The Business of Music Therapy.” mtabc-logoWhat do you want to ask Sheila about running a music therapy business? Register for MTABC’s 10th Annual music therapy conference: “Community Building” and ask her in person!

Sheila is going to be one of the panelists this year sharing her over 9 years of experience running She.Lee.Music. Other presentation topics by some fantastic music therapists include meditation; music therapy in the DTES (Downtown Eastside); the ethical use of client images in music therapy promotion; altruism, ambiguity, and empathy; Camp Kerry (grief and bereavement camp).

For more information and to register: Music Therapy Association of British Columbia


September 2017: Judy Pereira and Emily Brown have joined the team! Get to know them: About us


August 2017: Welcome to our newest team member, Rachel Bergen! One of her most favourite things to do is make up songs about Java. Who’s Java? Find out here: About us


Tuesdays and Wednesdays, April – June, 2017: “Building Bridges with Music” music therapy sessions are back for the spring!  Participants with special needs are invited to register.  Music and games will be used to promote friendship and social skills.  Each participant will be paired up with a teen volunteer.  Music therapy portion led by Mary.

Group 1: Tuesdays, April 4 – June 6, 4-6pm (4-5pm Snacks and Games; 5-6pm Music Therapy)

Location: William Cook Elementary School, 8600 Cook Rd, Richmond BC

Ages: Children and Teens (call to inquire about ages)

SDC BBM poster April 2017Group 2: Wednesdays, April 5 – June 7, 4:30-6pm (4-5pm Snacks and Games; 5-6pm Music Therapy)

Location: William Cook Elementary School, 8600 Cook Rd, Richmond BC

Ages: Children (call to inquire about ages)

For more info or to register, call 1-888-247-5071 Ext. 760

Website: Social Diversity for Children Foundation


March 2017: March is Music Therapy Awareness Month!

Sat, March 4th: A Night Out For Music Heals…Over 80 bars, clubs and pubs in 30 cities across Canada are donating $1 per cover charge (or making a flat donation of $1 per patron, for those that don’t charge cover) to Music Heals for one night.

Long & McQuade is collecting iPods in all 74 stores across Canada for the iPod Pharmacy

Skullcandy is donating 10% of all sales through their website this month.

Tempo Renovo dry gin donate $1 per bottle.

Pourhouse Restaurant in Vancouver’s historic Gastown district is donating $1 from every “Devil’s On Horseback” menu item to Music Heals for all of February and March. Dig in!

The Regal Beagle in Kitsilano will be donating $1 from every bottle of Phillips Blue Buck sold for all of March to Music Heals. Cheers!

In Regina…The Wolf is once again donating the proceeds of Queen City Rocks battle of the bands showcases to Music Heals, to support a local music therapy program.


February 22, 2017: Wellness Day!!  Sheila is happy to be leading 6 music therapy workshops at St. John’s School’s Wellness Day in Vancouver.  This is an event dedicated to promoting mental health.  Sheila will be teaching the Gr. 1, 2, and 3 classes about music therapy and how they can use music as a tool to help facilitate their own wellness.  This is a great pro-active and preventive approach to bringing mental health awareness to children at an early age.  StJohnsSchool
Thank you St. John’s! 


February 2017: Welcome to our newest music therapist and music teacher, Vicky Ngai!  Vicky plays the piano, guitar, ukulele, clarinet, and recorder.  She will be working at The Arts Connection on Mondays.  Learn more about Vicky here, About Us


January 2017: Hello and welcome to Jenny Tung!  Jenny is a music therapist and piano teacher who plays the cello, guitar, and piano.  She will be working with clients on Saturdays at The Arts Connection.  We’re so excited to have her join the team.  Learn more about Jenny here, About Us


January 1, 2017: Happy New Year! We wish you all a wonderful 2017.  Stay tuned for some exciting news this year!2017

 

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