Supriya Crocker is a certified music therapist in Canada, specializing with adults and children with neurologic conditions, brain injuries and trauma. She is passionate about how music interacts in the brain, with her work being featured in the Globe and Mail.
Finding a therapist whom clients are comfortable with, as they focus on healing and growth, is essential. Supriya is strategic in her work with clients, as they identify and pursue goals, in a comfortable and engaging setting. Her approach with clients is integrated and person-centred. She provides music therapy sessions and adapted therapeutic music lessons in her studio, client homes and community/school settings. She is also available for secure online video sessions.
Issues: Brain injury rehabilitation and strokes, Autism, trauma and grief.
Supriya holds a Bachelors degree in Music Therapy and a Bachelors degree in Biology. She completed Neurologic Music Therapy training certificate in 2017, Trauma-informed Practice Level 1 and Level 2 Certificates in 2020, and is currently completing Indigenous Canada Certificate (UAlberta)