Using holistic, evidence-based music therapy methods to promote health and well-being in Singapore.

Welcome to Prospect Music Therapy, a private practice based in Bukit Timah, Singapore. It is a newly established music therapy practice that aims to promote research and advocacy in creative arts therapy across all sectors from neonatal to palliative care.

In line with professional code ethics, our mission is to provide a safe space for all people, regardless of color, gender, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation.

Prospect Music Therapy also focuses on providing support to community musicians in Singapore working with people with special needs, and individuals interested in pursuing music therapy as a career.

Evelyn Lee, Registered Music Therapist.

Evelyn graduated from the University of Melbourne with Masters in Music Therapy. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts (Music & Psychology), with concentration in Neuropsychology. She is also the current President of the Association for Music Therapy (Singapore).

A PhD candidate at Temple University under the supervision of Professor Cheryl Dileo, Evelyn is an avid researcher interested in community music therapy, dementia, and the impact of music making in elderly as part of preventative mental health care. She has received advanced training in Neurologic Music Therapy and Music Psychotherapy of Guided Imagery and Music.

Evelyn’s professional practice includes dementia, stroke rehabilitation work in acute hospitals, premature infants with complex needs in paediatric hospitals, psychiatric facilities, and children with developmental delay in special schools, both in Australia and Singapore. She has designed and conducted community music therapy groups aimed at caregivers, elderly, and preventative mental health.

She has presented in numerous international conference for her work, including the World Congress of Music Therapy, International Association for Music & Medicine Conference and Australian Music Therapy Association Conference (Best Poster Award).

Evelyn is also an occasional contributor on Quora on music therapy.