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Phoenix Centre for Complex Eating Disorders

A challenging but joyful project working with the RPO Resound team and a small number of young teenagers in residential care at the NHS Phoenix Centre for Complex Eating Disorders in Cambridge. For me, this is why music is such a powerful tool - crossing boundaries without words and bringing people together. It was moving to notice over the course of the project the transformation of the young people involved, ideas were exchanged, they were able to make clear choices and decisions, their confidence grew and they became engaged about shaping the music we were making together. A deeply memorable experience.

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