Tyrone D. Barnes

Credentials: MTA, MT-BC
Practice Address: Vancouver
Location of Practice: Studio, Client's Home, Community
Fluent Languages: English
Professional Phone Number: 604 849 4399
Type of Sessions: Individual, Group
Minimum Number of Hours per Contract: 1
Taking Clients: Yes
Telehealth Options: Online, Telephone
Insurance accepted: Yes
Areas of Practice: Abuse – physical emotional sexual, Acquired Brain injury, Acute care, Adapted therapeutic music lessons, Addiction, Addiction - substance use, gambling, Anger, Anxiety and ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Bereavement, Communication challenges, Dementia, Depression, Developmental disability, Disabilities Physical, emotional, Learning disabilities, Medical, Mental health, Neurological disorders and neuro-rehabilitation, Parkinson’s disease, Pediatrics, Personal growth, Personality disorders, Physical challenges, Post traumatic stress, Relaxation, Self-esteem, Stress, Stroke, Suicidal ideation, Trauma, Young offenders
Locations Served: Abbotsford, Burnaby, Chilliwack, Coquitlam, Delta, Langley, Langley (Township), Maple Ridge, Mission, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Pitt Meadows, Richmond, Vancouver, West Vancouver
Clients: Adult, Children, Older Adult, Youth

Tyrone Barnes has been playing guitar for seventeen years and has training on piano, voice, mandolin, percussion, flute, didgeridoo and other various instruments including audio recording and electronic music. Having travelled in parts of Africa, Asia, Europe and North America, he happily brings songs, genres and instruments from around the world into music therapy sessions. Graduating from Capilano Universities Bachelor of Music Therapy Program in the Fall of 2016, Tyrone has also completed graduate studies in the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery & Music (Level 1).

Tyrone’s clinical experience includes working with incarcerated youth with the Ministry of Child & Family Development, working in treatment and recovery of addiction with Vancouver Coastal Health, working with children diagnosed as ADHD and other behavioural challenges with the Vancouver School Board, working in geriatrics with Fraser Health, and working with youth and adults diagnosed with ASD with Arcus Community Resources.

“Balancing evidence-based medicine with compassion, Peoples Music Therapy aspires to cultivate wellness in our community.”

Please contact peoplesmusictherapy@gmail.com for more info.

Warm regards,

Tyrone Barnes, MTA, MT-BC