• Sarah Hadley Course Leader

    Sarah Hadley

    Sarah Hadley is one of the founders of the Interactive Music-Making Course and one of the Course Leaders.  Sarah manages the Oxleas Music Therapy Service and practises as a Music Therapist with a range of children and young people with differing therapeutic needs. She has a longstanding special interest in working with children under the age of five and skill sharing with community partners.


  • Alexia Quin Course Leader

    Alexia Quin

    Alexia Quin is one of founders of the Interactive Music-Making Course and one of the Course Leaders.  She has taught on the course since 2010.  Alexia is also also the Director of Music as Therapy International and worked as a music therapist for Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust Music Therapy Service for 15 years.  Her areas of clinical interest are early years and adolescents with severe learning disabilities.

  • Linda Mitchell Course Tutor

    Linda Mitchell

    Linda Mitchell is an Interactive Music-Making Specialist working full time with Under 5s for the Greenwich Music Therapy service. Linda has worked for the Children's Therapy Services (Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy) for over 25 years as a generic practitioner, joining the Music Therapy service in 2005 having completed two years training and supervised clinical practice as an Interactive Music-Making Specialist.

  • Nicolette O'Neill Course Tutor

    Nicolette O'Neill

    Nicky O’Neill qualified as a music therapist in 1990 from Nordoff Robbins London. She works for 2 different organisations: a national music therapy charity and Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust. She works across a variety of settings, including a special school, where she specialises in under 5s music therapy, an acute hospital and music therapy clinic. Nicky has taught on the course since 2010.

  • Oonagh Jones Course Tutor

    Oonagh Jones

    Oonagh Jones qualified as a Music Therapist in 2004 and works for Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, where she co-ordinates the Under 5s section for the Music Therapy Service.  She has a wide range of experience of working with children and young people in both special school and mainstream settings and has also been involved in collaborative research projects at Nordoff-Robbins.  Oonagh currently works within a mainstream primary school, Children’s Centres and within the core Music Therapy Service at Oxleas.