Meet Play Anything's team of creative and passionate qualified music therapists.



BA (Psyc), MMusThy

Registered Music Therapist

Director, Play Anything Music Therapy

Meet our friendly-faced founder, Carlin! 

Once he completed his Masters of Music Therapy in 2017, Carlin was inspired to embark on creating a Music Therapy studio of his own, Play Anything Music Therapy. Carlin's vision for this business was - and still is - to bring together, music, creativity evidnce-based practice and a whole lot of heart to improve outcomes for all people.

Carlin brings over a decade of experience to Play Anything, supporting people of all ages and abilities to reach their goals and improve wellbeing. Carlin has presented numerous workshops, spoken at national and international conferences and consulted with industry leaders to share his vision of a more accessible and inclusive society.



BMus, MMusThy. 

Registered Music Therapist 

Ebony is a talented multi-instrumentalist! Not only does she play piano (Her main instrument), but she also plays guitar, ukulele and sings. Ebony completed a Bachelor of Music (Performance) from the University of Newcastle and earned her Masters of Creative Music Therapy at Western Sydney University.

Ebony is a calm and considerate person, characteristics which put anyone who meets her at ease. She is a whiz with all things tech related, including AAC devices and adaptive instruments.   

Ebony is passionate about facilitating music therapy sessions for individuals of all ages and abilities and making finding creative ways to ensure that music therapy sessions are fun, rewarding and beneficial. 



BMus, MMusThy. 

Registered Music Therapist 

Meet Pete!

Pete enjoys finding creative ways to use music to help people reach their goals and improve wellbeing. He's been interested in the therapuetic benefits of music since he started his Bachelor of Music in 2013. Since then he's gone on to complete his Master's of Music Therapy at Western Sydney and worked with people of all ages and abilities. 

Pete's favourite part of the job are those special moments when the client and therapist “click”. Those moments of connection and shared understanding are very special and something that music can help to nurture.