Luke Lee Burton

Credentials: MTA, MMT, MT-BC and Hons. BFA (mus)
Location of Practice: Other
Fluent Languages: English
Professional Phone Number: 7055597639
Type of Sessions: Individual, Group
Taking Clients: Yes
Telehealth Options: Online
Insurance accepted: Yes
Areas of Practice: Abuse – physical emotional sexual, Bereavement, Grief and loss, Mental health, Personal growth
Locations Served: North Vancouver
Clients: Adult, Older Adult, Youth

Luke immersed himself spiritual practice and travel for 7 years before starting university, during which time he deepened his relationship with music and became a certified yoga teacher. He went on to receive a bachelor of Fine Arts in Music from York University and a Masters of Music Therapy from Wilfrid Laurier University. He also studied transpersonal psychotherapy for 2 years at the Transpersonal Therapy Centre in Toronto and completed an experiential course in soul-centered facilitation. He has played in bands and been a songwriter since he was he was a teenager and taught music since 2001. He led his first music therapy session in 2013 and has been devoted to, and astonished by the life-affirming power of music in a therapeutic context ever since. He has worked with a wide range of clients including: geriatrics (dementia, Alzheimer’s, palliative, aging), child/youth mental health and grief, adult mental-health (PTSD, stress), developmental differences (Down’s syndrome, autism, tuberous sclerosis, hydrocephalus, cerebral palsy), acquired brain injury (accident, stroke), artists and spiritual seekers exploring transpersonal and inner realms, community building, and therapeutically-minded music lessons, all ages. He has also presented and co-led workshops on clinical improvisation, song-writing and improvised music and spirituality. Luke’s main clinical interest is in helping others develop their relationship to music as a source of existential meaning