Kastin Bradley

Kastin Bradley. Music Therapist. Halifax. Nova Scotia. Queer, Non-Binary. Voice Therapy.

Kastin Bradley (she/they), BMT, MTA, MT-BC, completed a Bachelor of Music Therapy (BMT) at Acadia University, where they studied piano, voice, and guitar. She also now a Certified Music Therapist (MTA) with the Canadian Association of Music Therapists (CAMT).

During their internship, they developed a specialty focusing primarily on working with autistic people of all ages, early cognitive development in children, Parkinson’s Disease, and adapted music lessons.

Kastin is a member of the LGBTQ+ community and is excited to be a resource and support for their community and allies. They strive to provide a safe, inclusive and engaging environment during their sessions to ensure you feel comfortable and supported while having fun during sessions!  Check out Trans-Formative Voices to learn more about Kastin’s contributions with the transgender and non-binary community through supporting voice therapy transitions.  

In addition to their music therapy training, they’ve completed the Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) and multiple training courses for sexual assault prevention.  Currently, she is enrolled in Widener University’s Advanced Training In Affirmative Therapies for Transgender Communities and is a member of the Acadia University Music Therapy Faculty.  Kastin plans to continue their education by obtaining a Masters in Social Work.

Email: [email protected] Phone: 1-800-827-3120 ext. 106