Pragmatic & positive therapy-based options for music industry professionals.

Welcome to Amber Therapy

Music Industry Professionals

Amber Therapy Services is pleased to be able to offer pragmatic and positive therapy-based options for professional musicians and people working within the music industry.

Amber Therapy Services provides a space with a qualified counsellor who has personal experience of working in the music industry and who understands the often-pressurised existence a musician can often entail. Collectively we are here to provide emotional support and guidance.

A survey of over 2000 musicians carried out in 2016 saw 71% of those who took part notably identifying performance anxiety whilst 66% reported having experienced depression and loneliness.


Our professionals have signed non-discourse agreements allowing you to feel completely confident with whom you are talking to.  They will work with you to help you gain a greater understanding of the feelings you may be experiencing as well as the thought processes behind them.

Find out more about Music Industry Professionals, arrange a call back for an initial conversation or book an appointment +44 (0)1932 853001

What our clients say...

"Touring was exhausting me physically and emotionally. Seeing a counsellor helped me to develop self-awareness and explore ways to cope with work stress"

NickMusic Producer, London

"Being in the public eye can heighten anxiety because you put pressure on yourself to be what you think people want you to be at times. When I was struggling, I had to do some soul searching and figure out what was going with my mental health. Thank you for providing me a safe and non judgmental space to talk”

James ArthurSinger & Musician

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Meet the team

Our services are led by experts, consisting of psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists and coaches who work together seamlessly to ensure that our clients receive the very best treatment from the most appropriate specialist for their needs.

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