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Music Therapy Summer School on campus

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Please note that the course running on campus will be subject to recruitment and government guidelines. If it has to be cancelled, the University will not be liable for flight, accommodation or any other costs incurred.

Our Music Therapy Summer School this year provides participants with the opportunity to experience an intensive 5 session experiential class, and involves direct experiential learning about the Music Therapy MA Programme at the University of Roehampton. It is therefore of interest to anyone wishing to find out more about training in this discipline as well as individuals wanting to explore their creativity in a unique environment. In addition this summer school may be of interest to mental health professionals, teachers and social workers etc. interested in learning more about these unique and creative forms of therapy. A degree of active participation will be expected from all participants who should therefore be prepared for a degree of personal disclosure, sharing and exploration.

Over five days, this course will provide an insight into music therapy practice, introducing a wide range of subjects which will give the student a comprehensive overview of what the training course can offer and what a career as a music therapist involves.

The course will use case material to show work in a range of settings, and will link these with the psychological theories which underpin clinical practice. An overview of the types of challenges affecting clients who benefit from music therapy will also be covered.

 

Course Code

Music Therapy SS

Course Leader

Mary-Clare Fearn
Course Description


The course will introduce the participant to improvisation techniques used in music therapy and encourage exploratory thinking about the emotional qualities of music. Individuals will be encouraged to use the course as a platform for reflecting on their own experiences and expectations of music therapy as a career option, and will have the opportunity to share this with others.

Applicants should also note that the active, experiential nature of all the arts and play therapy workshops can be intense and emotionally demanding and are likely to involve a degree of personal disclosure, sharing and exploration.

Presented by: Mary Clare Fearn

Fee: £615 Early Bird or £630 after May 1st 2022

Please note: Course fees do not include accommodation. Should you require accommodation on campus, our conference offices would be pleased to assist you. Please contact the Conference Office on 0208 392 8100 or e-mail conferences@roehampton.ac.uk

Date: July 25th-29th 2022

Venue: Whitelands campus, University of Roehampton

 

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