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Bloom and Flow Music Therapy with Georgia Pitts (RMT)
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Meet Georgia Pitts

Registered Music Therapist and Musician

Hey there!

"I am Georgia Renee Pitts. I am excited to connect with you through Music- The one tool that encompasses Sound, Word and Feeling all at once. Music, along with other emotional management resources, can help us manifest our dreams, learn more about who we are, and deepen our relationship with our higher self". 

After working in specialised and dynamic school for autistic students Giant Steps, Georgia started her own Private Practice- Bloom and Flow Music Therapy in October 2021. Since then, Georgia has worked with individuals (and their families) in Melbourne and in Cairns as well as online, delivering Telehealth services while travelling the East Coast in her Campervan. 


The sessions (face-to-face and Telehealth) encompass a variety of tools but mostly combine the power of music and movement. Georgia aims to provide a grounds for a warm and welcoming environment while keeping sessions playful, innovative and expansive, in order to relax one's nervous system, ignite a deeper passion for life and an inner confidence.

Georgia will assess and collectively collaborate on goals, seek the participants musical preferences (if any) and attends to their nature and personality to build a meaningful therapeutic relationship

Lastly, she really enjoys offering free and tailored resources that YOU and your family can use within the home on a daily basis! For example, writings songs about Emotions, Toileting, Brushing Teeth and more

Start the Conversation today by filling out the referral form and Georgia will be in touch with you as soon as possible. 

Meet Amelia
What is Music Therapy

Music Therapy Can...

work towards various health and wellbeing goals such as:


Increasing skills in behaviour regulation, promoting mood regulation, increasing social engagement, managing anger and frustration and more


Increasing attention, memory, executive function, developing emotional regulation, increasing initiation and motivation and more


Developing receptive and expressive language skills, speech and articulation, phonological awareness, developing non-verbal communication skills and more

Capacity building for Community Participation

Developing sense of belonging and social connectedness, increasing social interaction, developing sense of purpose, increasing opportunities for choice and control and developing sense of empowerment.

Mood and Emotions

Improving self regulation, emotional awareness, emotional attunement, and improving mood regulation. 

Motor Skills and Mobility

Increasing gross and fine motor function and control, increasing function of the respiratory system, mobility, balance and more

Frequently Asked Questions


Hmm... tell me more!

Do you have a wait-list?

Get in touch to find out Georgia's current capacity. Usually, after school time slots fill up fast!

What is Music Therapy?

Music Therapy is the application of evidenced-based musical interventions carried out by a Registered Music Therapist.

Music Therapy aims to improve and support an individual or group's health and wellbeing goals. It can help people of all ages from a variety of client populations to support their mental, physical and emotional wellbeing. Anyone can engage in Music Therapy!

RMT's work across the life-span, from newborn babies to older adults.

What is a Registered Music Therapist (RMT)? 

A Registered Music Therapist is a person who is registered with the Australian Music Therapy Association (AMTA). They would have completed a certified university course and regularly maintain their skills and build knowledge through regular professional development.

What is Telehealth?

Sessions are conducted online. Instead of your Music Therapist coming to your home, you engage musically through a device such as an iPad or Laptop. Telehealth was introduced as a service during lock-downs due to COVID-19. With its success, many therapists still continue to offer this service.

Who is Telehealth for?

  • Clients who are immune suppressed or admitted for inpatient treatment preventing face-to-face contact

  • Anyone who finds in-person sessions overwhelming

  • People who are living in an area with limited access to a RMT

How much does it cost?

Telehealth and face-to-face sessions are charged at the same rate.

During the first 1-2 sessions, the Music Therapist will see if Telehealth is a suitable method for the participant and whether the session could be shorter/greater. Sessions are usually a minimum of 30 minutes to 1 hour.


Fees are based on the current standard in the allied health professions guideline and pricing guidelines by the NDIS.

Fees are aligned with the 2022 NDIS Price Guide $188 per hour 

Non-contact time of 15 minutes is always added to the invoice so that RMT can prepare resources, evaluate program and write notes post session. 

NDIS related Info

Music Therapy carried out by a Registered Music Therapist (RMT) is recognised by the NDIS under CAPACITY BUILDING- IMPROVED DAILY LIVING. 

15_615_0128_1_3 Assessment Recommendation Therapy or Training - Music Therapist

For children younger than 7 years old:  15_615_0128_1_3

At this stage, Bloom and Flow is NOT registered as an NDIS provider. Self-Managed and Plan Managed clients can access our services.

Will I be charged the same fee if I have technical issues?

This will be at the discretion of the therapist and will be considered on a case-by-case basis. The therapist will certainly be lenient with initial teething issues, however a minimum session fee and the cancellation policy will still apply.

Georgia has Experience amongst different settings

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Georgia Pitts (RMT) has worked across several settings including placement at Royal Children's Hospital, St John of God Accord Adult Disability Day Services and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. Georgia had her final independent placement at Northern Health Hospital in Epping in 2019, where she started up the hospitals first Music Therapy program in the Paediatric and Special Care Nursery Ward. 


Since then, Georgia has worked in Aged Care and her most recent employment as the sole RMT at Giant Steps Melbourne in Kew for 1 year, a school for autistic students aged between 5-17. Georgia is very familiar and enjoys collaborating with a participant and their support network (Such as OT/Speechy/Teacher/Parents) to work towards desired goals. 


Georgia looks forward to helping her clients recognise WHO they are and WHO they CAN be in this world. 


Georgia spent 5 months in Cairns, QLD, working with local families for 5 months. Georgia is continuing her work with Melbourne and Far North Qld clients via Telehealth as now Georgia is based in Milton- Brisbane. 

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Contact Info


0406 320 280

Please leave a voice message if no answer


Fill out Referral Form so Georgia can contact you to arrange an initial assessment. 


Milton, Brisbane City. Currently offering Home Visits and

Servicing clients all over Australia online 
Monday and Friday ONLY

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