The committee members of the Malaysian Music Therapy Association (MMTA) consists of clinicians with diverse background and working experiences.
Muhamad Redza is a classically trained trumpeter, pianist and singer. Since graduating in 2013 with an MA in Music Therapy from the university of Roehampton, London, Redza has been working as a freelance Music Therapist with clients ranging from older adults with mental health issues and dementia, adults with learning disabilities to children with emotional and developmental issues within mainstream schools. He also worked as a volunteer for the children’s charity CORAM, providing music therapy at a Special Needs school in north London. Redza now works for Richmond Music Trust Music Therapy Outreach Team, providing music therapy to children and adults with various learning disabilities in their homes and at the Trust's Music Therapy Studio in Twickenham, South West London.
Redza is currently registered as a Professional Music Therapist under the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) UK (Registration No: AS14699). He is also a member of the British Association for Music Therapy (BAMT).