Mallory McInnis, BMus, MMT is a music therapist candidate in the KW/Cambridge and Guelph region. She earned her Bachelors of Music with a minor in psychology from the University of Prince Edward Island and a recent graduate from the Master of Music Therapy program at Wilfrid Laurier in October 2022. Mallory has completed internships in a variety of populations from children with developmental disabilities, palliative care, adults in mental health settings and long-term care.
Mallory values community and therefore, strives to incorporate community music therapy into her practice where she sees the importance to build mutual relationships and bring people together through community. She also uses a client-centred approach by meeting client's where they are as she's always had a passion to help someone recognize their abilities, strengths, and potential through creativity. Also using holistic and a trauma informed lens, Mallory principles stand on helping people acquire emotional and social coping skills and showing people what they can accomplish through self-discovery.
Mallory's main instrument is voice; however, she utilizes piano, guitar, and other instruments in her practice to embrace the effectiveness of music therapy to aid in a better overall quality of life and well-being. In her free time, Mallory enjoys hiking, spending time with friends and family, and journaling.
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