"Tuning Relationships with Music® is a beautiful intervention for anyone who is working to heal the harmful impact of attachment trauma on relationships. Vivienne Colegrove is an exceptional clinician whose innovative work brings a wonderfully non-intrusive way of transforming relationships through music. The intervention extends and supports emotion-focused interventions which now have an extensive evidence base to support their use in parenting and child and adolescent mental health settings."

Dr Christiane Kehoe
Mindful Centre for Training and Research in Developmental Health, the University of Melbourne. 

"As a clinician I would highly recommend this program for anyone doing dyadic work. It offers a very practically based therapeutic intervention that offered a different lens through which to view my work."

Sally Kershaw
Family support worker, Headspace (National Youth Mental Health Foundation)

"Tuning Relationships with Music (TRM) is a rich, informative, interactive, music-based & trauma-informed professional training. The TRM training & manual tools have boosted my confidence to approach dyadic work with parents and adolescents, in an engaging way through musical exercises that focus on non-verbal, somatic & mindfulness-based skills. I have found the regular group supervision sessions supported by Vivienne, as follow-up when integrating the training into my practice, very useful and supportive! I feel that any therapist working with adolescents and/or parents could benefit from the skills to be gained through this training program."

Liana Perillo
Registered Music Therapist & Occupational Therapist (Youth & Adult Mental Health)

"The TRM training is thorough & practical, and Vivienne takes you through the steps clearly. I thoroughly recommend this training as it has supported my practice and added to my toolkit."
Jeannene Eastaway 
Relationship Counsellor, Supervisor & Trainer

"Tuning Relationships with Music® has been a very welcomed and practical intervention for my toolkit.

If you're looking for an approach that will assist with parents being able to tune into their kids internal worlds prior to them opening their mouths to speak - this training is it.

You will help parents to tune into their own physiological awareness and responses and assist in parents becoming aware of their children's responses as well. This intervention is ideal to use prior to commencing family therapy. Do not worry if you are not musically inclined."

Linda Kenmar
Psychologist, Family Therapist and Social Worker
Royal Children's Hospital Gatehouse program and Private Practice