“Realising Potential Through Creativity” is why Chroma is the UK’s leading provider of creative arts therapies services for neurorehabilitation and post-trauma clients. Because the brain has a natural and automatic responsiveness to music, we can music as a treatment modality within neurorehabilitation, for example by using rhythm to support functional movement, or melody as a scaffold for functional language.
Rated “Outstanding” by Ofsted in 2022 for our children’s services, and awarded a prestigious Personal Injury Award in November 2022, Chroma is commissioned by NHS and private hospitals, brain injury case managers, local authorities, schools and residential nursing and care homes across the UK. In almost all cases, our therapists visit our clients, rather than asking you to travel to us.
Our national team of experienced art, drama and music therapists work alongside and within organisations in the health, education and social care sectors. We work in partnership with parents and professionals, the NHS, private healthcare and brain injury case management services, special and mainstream schools and more than 50 local authorities. Chroma is managed for quality-at-scale and regulated by the Health and Care Professions Council.
Chroma is becoming more diverse in age, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, physical and mental ability, ethnicity, and perspective. Whether you are a new client, a parent, a commissioner, one of our therapists or someone who is interested in working with us, we hope you see yourself in us.