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Serenna, giving her 'Introduction to Music Therapy' lecture at St. Hugh's College, Oxford

'Just to say a huge thank you, Serenna, for the very interesting and engaging presentation you recently gave to our WI group. Such a fascinating subject and who knew that music, in its many forms, could work such wonders! It is fair to say that we all loved your talk and were very moved by some of the special moments shown. We were left with a far greater understanding of how music can be used in a therapeutic way and are in awe of the amazing work you do. Would highly recommend!'

S Greenman

Serenna is an experienced speaker having delivered many well-received lectures in the UK. A recent talk for Rest Less Events earned more than 20 5**** reviews. She has been asked to return to Oxford Royale this year to lecture as part of the Psychology course. Serenna has also given talks online, most recently for the British Association of Music Therapists where she was asked to speak about her Neurologic Music Therapy work with children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder. She has given tutorials and presentations as part of the various courses about Music Therapy she devised at Bradfield College where the students took part in a Outreach projects. 

Later this year, Serenna has been asked by the parent of a long-standing client to give a talk to the client's regular carers. This is to share the special qualities of the interactions of the work and exlore how some elements might be transferred into the client/carer relationships. 

Please find examples of the most popular lectures below. Serenna is able to devise excellent presentations with video materials, live music and improvisation, quality handouts and interactive demonstrations with the audience.

Classical Piano
Speech Therapy Session
Guitar Strings
Guitar Lessons

An introduction to Neurologic Music Therapy

& how it works with different client groups

Rehabilitating speech after stroke with Neurologic Music Therapy


Coaching & Music Therapy for transforming limiting thought patterns

Psychodynamic Music Therapy and Neurodiversity


Serenna lecturing at St. Catherine's College, Oxford

A few recent 5 


Lynne H

One of the most inspiring talks I have enjoyed with Rest Less, Serenna. I have just listened through to the recording to make some more notes. Very uplifting to see the difference that music can make to people's lives, helping them to express themselves, show who they are. I am inspired to get back into the community after a break to share music in residential homes, where I have seen for myself what music does for people. For me too! I might even be inspired to enquire about studying for a Masters .... just need to get myself a staff of domestic helpers first - a cook, a housekeeper, a gardener ..... to give me the time I would need to dedicate myself to the hard work! Looking forward to hearing more from Serenna.

Jennifer Green

What a fascinating and very moving lecture on the power of music. We all need more music in our lives. More on this subject from Serenna would be much appreciated.

Helen Percival

Serenna is an angel. She is enriching so many lives. Her short videos brought tears to my eyes. Absolutely amazing to see the interaction she has with the people she is helping. Music is incredible and so are the people who help vulnerable individuals. Wonderful.

Lynne Tebbenham

Thank you for a really fascinating and inspiring talk. I would definitely be interested to discover more about the subject.

Barbara Oswald

So valuable to be able to listen to someone of such high calibre sharing her experiences with us Thank you so much Restless

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