Our Values

Person-Centred Care: We prioritise the needs and preferences of our clients. Each person is unique, and therapy plans are tailored to individual goals and circumstances.

Evidence-Based Practice: We are committed to using evidence-based approaches and techniques, constantly staying informed and up to date about the latest research in the field.

Empathy and Compassion: We approach our clients with empathy, understanding, and compassion, creating a safe and supportive environment for emotional expression and healing.

Inclusivity: Our service is inclusive and can be adapted for individuals with diverse abilities, backgrounds, and cultures. It embraces diversity and strives for cultural competence.

Ethical Practice: We adhere to a strict code of ethics, including confidentiality and informed consent.

Respect for Autonomy: Our clients’ autonomy and choices are respected throughout the therapy process.

Empowerment: We aim to empower our clients to develop and use their musical and emotional resources for self-expression and personal growth.

Quality of Life Improvement: Ultimately, we are dedicated to improving our client’s quality of life, whether by alleviating pain and suffering, enhancing emotional well-being, or facilitating personal growth and self-discovery.

Sessions at Neurolinks

We provide a range of services in our clinic in Sandyford. We are based just off the m50 and directly across from the Sandyford Luas stop.

One-to-One Sessions

We offer one-to-one sessions with our team of skilled therapists. Each session is uniquely tailored to meet the individual needs of our clients. Sessions take place weekly and last for either 40 minutes or 1 hour, depending on what best suits the client's needs.

Group Sessions

Every group session is thoughtfully designed to address our clients' specific needs, all while fostering a sense of social connection and cohesion. Groups are thoughtfully assembled, bringing together individuals with similar needs and strengths. Our group sessions maintain an intimate setting by accommodating a maximum of 5 clients per group, ensuring that each client will receive the much-needed attention of the music therapist throughout the session. Group sessions are conducted on a weekly basis, for 12-weeks, with each session lasting for one hour.


Neurolinks provides a limited number of tailored outreach programmes to a range of hospitals, nursing homes, schools, and other healthcare and educational settings. Our outreach programmes are flexible and adaptable, consisting of both individual and group sessions, with the options for both half-day and full-day contracts, ensuring that the unique might tailor a plan to suit the needs of your service.


Our workshops offer a unique opportunity to gain insight and hands-on experience with techniques commonly employed in our music therapy and neurologic music therapy sessions. Contact us to learn more about our workshop offerings.

Information Sessions

Our information sessions offer an opportunity to learn more about music therapy in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. These gatherings create an avenue for prospective clients, services, and healthcare professionals to view our space, ask questions, and meet our team of therapists.

Why Music?
‘The brain that engages in music is changed by engaging in music.’

Michael Thaut, Professor of Music and Professor of Neuroscience at Colorado State University.

Music activates a widespread and bi-lateral network of brain regions involved in movement, language, memory, attention and emotional regulation. Music and rhythm promote neuroplasticity and can help to create new connections (called neuropathways) to improve brain function. This is particularly important for the learning and re-learning of skills that may be impaired or undeveloped as a result of a neurological condition.


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    Neurolinks provides professional music therapy services for people who are living with a neurological condition or who are neurodivergent, their caregivers and families.


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