Pamela Holm is a registered psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario, and a certified music therapist accredited by the Canadian Association for Music Therapy.  Previous to her music therapy training at Capliano University in BC,  she studied music at Concordia University.

Clients appreciate her ability to sing in several languages including French, German, Spanish, and Italian. Her therapy work is built on a life-long passion for the expressive arts including music, visual, creative writing and theatre arts. She engages in ongoing continuing education.

Pamela has worked with people aged 4 to 98 years, in a range of settings including preschools, group homes for people with developmental and mental health challenges, a youth detention center, a residential treatment center for children coming from trauma, long term care facilities, retirement residences, healing centers, and support groups. She works with both individuals and groups. Pamela’s work has supported people with dementia, strokes, multiple sclerosis, developmental delays, autism, mental illnesses, emotional and behavioral challenges, depression, AIDS, palliative care, learning disabilities and adults interested in personal growth and healing.