Erin Delnea, MTA, is a certified music therapist who helped establish and develop the music therapy program at BC Children's Hospital in 2000. Today, she works in the Oncology, Hematology and Bone Marrow Transplant Program, supporting children and youth with cancers and blood disorders and helping them cope with the physical and emotional effects of treatment.
Carol Wiedemann, MTA, NICU-MT, is a certified music therapist who has worked at BC Children's Hospital and BC Women's Hospital and Health Centre since 2003. She is currently working in the Burn Program, NICU, and T6 supporting in-patients of all ages in neurology, cardiology, orthopedics, and the medical/surgical unit. Carol uses all aspects of music and evidence-based practice to support infants, children, and youth through procedures and extended hospital stays.
Brooke Angus, MTA, is a certified music therapist who joined the hospital's music therapy program in 2008. She currently works on one of the medical/surgical in-patient units as well as the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, where she supports children and youth with neurological issues, special needs, and long-term, chronic diagnoses. She also co-facilitates a weekly Creative Arts group in the T6 Studio with a Certified Child Life Specialist. Within her sessions, Brooke uses a variety of instruments and musical experiences including improvisation, song-writing, music-based play, and other expressive arts.