About Us

Music has its power in every person,
Nurturing potentials, Nurturing strengths.


Healing Voices focuses on using music to enhance life in special needs children, catering for their emotional needs, social and communication needs, as well as developing their attention and cognitive skills through music. 

We emphasise “NO EXCLUSION” in our music education program. We welcome special needs children believing that music can enhance development in children with or without special needs.


What is Music Therapy?

Our Clients 

Meet Our Professional Team

We have a group of registered music therapists

Bettina Wan



Member of HK Music Therapy Association

B. A (Psychology) University of Western Australia  

M. Music Therapy  University of Queensland

Diploma of Piano Performance

Cert. of Trauma and Loss in Children


Bettina, currently a part time lecturer of the School of Continuing Education HK Baptist University and an instructor at St Jame's Settlement of Continued Education Centre, has specialized in the area of Special needs Children and Traumatized Children. She has extensive experience in therapy work with children aged from 1 to 14.She had worked at private therapy centres and implemented therapy programs at a number of schools, non-profit organizations and charities in Hong Kong.  She has also given music therapy seminars and workshops at various educational institutes, voluntary agencies and schools for teachers, social workers, therapists and parents.

Founder of Healing Voices, Registered Music Therapist, Neurologic Music Therapist, Trauma Specialist

Crystal Cheng



Crystal is an Australia Registered Music Therapist. After graduating from the Bachelor of Arts in Music, Crystal worked as a music teacher and piano tutor at schools and organizations with all ages.   Over the years, she continues study different music methodologies (Kodaly, Suzuki & Orff) to consolidate and enrich her music skills. Completing the Master of Music Therapy at University of Technology, Sydney in 2007, she works with a broader range of society in a variety of ways. 


Crystal currently works a part time lecturer at Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education. She actively provides music therapy services to the children with special educational needs and the elderly with mental illnesses; conducts talks, workshops and trainings to parents and teachers. 

Australian Registered Music Therapist

Jacqueline Leung Hoi Kei



Jacqueline is an active flute teacher, performer as well as a Registered Music Therapist. Jacqueline studied music at the University of New South Wales in Australia, majoring in flute and graduated with a distinction in Bachelor of Music and Arts. 


She then further pursued postgraduate studies by completing her Master degree in Music Therapy from the University of Technology, Sydney, where she graduated as a Registered Music Therapist (RMT) registered with the Australian Music Therapy Association Inc. Prior to training as a Registered Music Therapist, Jacqueline has been awarded by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music a Licentiate (LRSM) in flute and a Grade 8 Distinction on piano. She has also completed the training in Chicago specializing in Neurologic Music Therapy, and is now a Neurologic Music Therapist registered with the Robert F. Unkefer Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy. 



As a qualified teacher and therapist, Jacqueline has clinical experience in a variety of early education and special education settings, which have equipped her with a variety of practical skills that are required in working with children. Besides working with the children population, Jacqueline is also experienced in facilitating Music Therapy sessions with adults. She has developed vast experiences in nursing homes and day care centres for elderly with dementia, strokes and depression.

Australian Registered Music Therapist, Neurologic Music Therapist, Flutist

Herman Chow

B Mus Thy, RMT


Canadian Registered Music Therapist

Certificate of Music Together Training Program

​B Mus Thy Capilano University 

Mr. Herman Chow was qualified as a music therapist in Canada, after more than 1,000 internship hours of practicing. Herman also hold a certificate of musical education for children development from "Music Together" limited, a training program from the United States. Herman settled back in Hong Kong in 2017, hoping to serve the children with developmental challenges in Hong Kong with his clinical skills and and a passion for supporting the needed population through music therapy. In the same year, Herman facilitated a music therapy course at one of Hong Kong Heep Hong's centres, to provide group and individuals music therapy sessions for children with developmental delay. Herman's vision is to help children building up a healthy self-image; more importantly, to guide them on the path to discover their ideal way of learning through diversified learning or training models.

Registered Music Therapist

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