Credentials: MTA, MT-BC, BMT, BMus
Location of Practice: Client's Home, Community
Fluent Languages: Cantonese, English
Type of Sessions: Individual, Group
Taking Clients: Yes
Telehealth Options: Online, Telephone, In-Person Only
Insurance accepted: No
Areas of Practice: Adapted therapeutic music lessons, Anxiety and ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Communication challenges, Dementia, Depression, Developmental disability, Emotional challenges, Gender identity, Grief and loss, Learning disabilities, LGBTQ2+, Medical, Mental health, Trauma
Locations Served: Burnaby, Coquitlam, Delta, New Westminster, Richmond, Surrey, Vancouver
Clients: Adult, Children, Older Adult, Youth
Jacqueline is a certified music therapist and a registered music teacher (BCRMTA). She completed her Bachelor of Music Therapy at Capilano University and Bachelor of Music at The University of British Columbia.
Using a person-centred, trauma-informed, humanistic approach, each session is personalised to the interests, strengths and needs of each individual to facilitate a meaningful therapeutic experience. Jacqueline strives to create a fun, patient, creative, and open-minded environment. She focuses on creating a space to deepen the connection with ourselves and with others through music. She leads group sessions and also works with individuals one-on-one. She also offers adapted therapeutic music lessons for people of all ages and abilities.
Jacqueline’s clinical experience includes working in geriatrics with Vancouver Coastal Health, working in treatment and recovery of addiction with Fraser Health, working with children and youth privately, with the North Vancouver School Board and Vancouver School Board.
Jacqueline is also currently a member of the MTABC Autism Initiative Committee and is trained in Standard First Aid and Level I Trauma-Informed Practice.