We offer Adapted Music Lessons taught by our Music Therapist Alicia Pilgrim. Alicia creates a customized, adapted curriculum to cater to each individual student, helping them to set and achieve musical goals. She also provides Music Therapy services, often integrating this approach into Adapted Lesson plans to support clients. Through the support of our trained Music Therapist, students will work not only towards building musical skills, the sessions will also strive to foster & uphold social, physical and emotional health.


We offer a free, 30-minute trial/ assessment appointment with our Music Therapist. This is the first step. In this first meeting, Alicia will use her expertise to assess whether to recommend either a Music Therapy approach, or Adapted Lesson planning. From there we can move on to registration for weekly sessions.  

Please contact us with any questions or to inquire about booking a free assessment.




Alicia is a life-long music lover and a recent graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University’s Bachelor of Music Therapy program (BMT). She completed a 1000-hour internship at St. Joseph’s Health Centre, focusing on music therapy in the geriatric, mental health, neurocognitive disorder and acquired brain injury populations. At present, she is working to become an accredited music therapist through the Canadian Music Therapy Association. Alicia uses music to foster relationships and achieve musical and non- musical goals with a variety of populations. She has experience supporting and teaching music to kids of all ages on instruments including voice, piano, guitar, and ukulele. In preparation for her degree in music therapy, Alicia majored in voice at Wilfrid Laurier University, where she was able to develop her skills as a singer and instructor. Using a client-centred approach, she tailors her sessions to the goals and needs of each individual – creating a safe and supportive environment for all