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The Benefits of Music, Art, and Dance/Movement Therapies: 

  • Improve Emotional Well-being 

  • Reduce Stress and Anxiety

  • Enhance Cognitive Function 

  • Boost Physical Mobility and Coordination

  • Encourage Creative Expression

  • Promote Self-Esteem and Confidence

  • Facilitate Trauma Healing

  • Promote Social Interaction and Belonging

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A young woman in a grey shirt is playing a light brown acoustic guitar. The man in front of her in a stripped shirt and glasses is mid-clap.

Empowering & Enriching Lives

Elevate Your Health and Wellness with Music Therapy, Art Therapy, and Dance/Movement Therapy


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Creative Care Partnerships

We partner with a range of organizations, from long-term care homes, hospices, schools to mental health and addiction centers. Our certified music therapists, art therapists, and dance/movement therapists integrate into your care model in order to improve health and wellness outcomes. 

Creative Psychotherapy Ontario

 Our Registered Psychotherapists provide individual virtual therapy for those dealing with emotional challenges including depression, anxiety, trauma, and stress. Our creative arts training allows for emotional release, fostering personal growth and resilience through not only verbal communication, but exploration of arts modalities. 

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“I found I could say things with colour and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way – things I had no words for.”

– Georgia O’Keefe

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Professional Development

A hub for knowledge sharing, our professional development sector offers workshops, symposiums, and educational content for budding and seasoned creative arts therapists alike. A space to inspire, learn, and grow.

MCC Community Programs

In an effort to create vibrant communities, we offer engaging programs like 'Little Tunes,' a musical bonding experience for caregivers and babies. These short-term, highly interactive programs encourage social connection and community well-being.

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A girl sitting in a birght yellow chair is practicing her acoustic guitar. Her feet are propped up as she strums the guitar.

“Music doesn’t get in. Music is already in. Music simply uncovers what is there, makes you feel emotions that you didn’t necessarily know you had inside you, and runs around waking them all up. A rebirth of sorts.”

- Matt Haig

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Join Partners who Bring Miya Creative Care to Their Communities

We build strong care partnerships with organizations throughout Ontario including senior living homes, hospices, mental health organizations, and education centres. 

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"Miya and her team of therapists are amazing! They have provided meaningful engagement to the clients that I work with. It improves their mood and brightens their day substantially. It is wonderful and heart warming to see the power of music in action."

SPRINT Senior Care

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