Instructor, Music Therapy
School of Allied Health
Faculty of Education
Health & Human Development
School of Allied Health - Music Therapy
Fir Building, room FR201E


AVP, Vancouver Vocal Psychotherapy Institute, 2012.

Music Therapist Accredited (MTA), Capilano University, 2006.

BMT, Capilano University, 2005.


Carolyn Neapole (BMT, Capilano University, 2005) began her career as a performer, singer and songwriter using voice, piano and guitar during which she released three albums. She shifted direction to music therapy because she could help people make a difference in their lives using music.

Neapole has worked primarily with adults in mental health in a variety of clinical settings for over a decade. She also maintains a private practice where she uses music, music therapy and vocal psychotherapy to help her clients achieve their goals.

I teach Voice Private Music Instruction in the Bachelor of Music Therapy program, where I assist third and fourth year students in using their voice as a tool in therapy. I bring a wealth of clinical experience, continuing education and perspectives to my teaching approach.

Students appreciate my musicianship strength, my clinical experience and wisdom, and my supportive manner.