I am pleased to offer workshops on the practical applications of music in psychodrama and group therapy processes. The techniques presented are designed to enhance the work of therapists of any persuasion and setting including those who serve in areas such as mental health, counseling, social work, chemical dependence, rehabilitation, pain management, geriatrics, acute care, hospice care and special education.
Beginning with an introduction to music therapy, the various topics transition seamlessly while providing participants with a rich immersion experience in these approaches. There is no prerequisite musical background required, and groups of all sizes can be accommodated.
Workshops typically run from two to ﬁve days and provide a spirited, rich and experientially oriented introduction to this dynamic work. The music therapy techniques covered will have immediate practical applications and are designed to be fully accessible to participants with no formal music training. Participants will be enabled to add new dimensions to their work by learning how to integrate the role of music into individual and group music therapy processes.
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