Working in the Music: Continuing to Develop Advance Clinical Skills
Annual Conference of the Great Lakes Region of the American Music Therapy Association, Inc.
The experiential workshop is for experienced clinicians who want to advance their clinical skills and deepen their therapeutic practice. The presenters will engage in a variety of music experiences, including improvisational, compositional, re-creative, and receptive methods in both large and small groups. Experiential learning exercises will focus on how to leverage and maximize the power of music and all of its elements to best meet the needs of the clients. Presenters will demonstrate and assist participants in developing skills to effectively process the music therapy experiences through verbal and non-verbal methods. Methods and strategies that can be tailored and applied to various clinical and client population settings will be explored.
music therapy, methods, advanced clinical skills
Nancy A. Jackson, Susan Gardstrom, James Hiller, and Annie Heiderscheit (2016).
Working in the Music: Continuing to Develop Advance Clinical Skills. Presented at Annual Conference of the Great Lakes Region of the American Music Therapy Association, Inc., Indianapolis, IN.
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