Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music treatments by a trained practitioner who has completed an accredited music therapy curriculum to achieve individualised goals within a therapeutic partnership. Music therapy approaches can help with a wide range of medical and educational goals. Music therapy can be an active process in which clients participate in the production of music or a passive approach in which clients simply listen to or respond to music. Some therapists may employ a hybrid strategy that includes both active and passive musical encounters. Music therapy's uses and advantages have been studied for decades. Music therapy may be highly customised, making it appropriate for people of all ages, even very young toddlers. It's also adaptable, offering benefits for those with varying levels of musical skill as well as mental health and physical health issues.