An active introduction to Music Therapy - a therapeutic approach
What you need to know about music therapy in the UK
- How assessments and ongoing music therapy can be used to diagnose, assess responses and engagement and support the needs of verbal and non-verbal clients.
- Video and practical examples demonstrating how music is used in sessions and how it can assist with managing behaviours which may challenge.
- Joint-working with music therapists and the opportunity to observe clients from the perspective of a music therapist.
- Recent neuroscience insights into the unique way in which the brain processes music plus functional and psychological advantages to using music therapy.
Rosie Axon founded and is managing director at Chiltern Music Therapy, an award-winning social enterprise and the largest provider of specialist neuro and medical music therapy services across the UK, as well as providing Music Therapy in the community, care homes, schools and NHS trusts in the South East of England. She is currently working on a research study looking at how music can help premature babies who are blind to reach development milestones at the same time as their peers, and is passionate about furthering high-quality, evidence-based music therapy services and research in the UK.
Our workshop events cost £30 for members and £45 for non-members.
This workshop qualifies for three CPD points.
About the host
The Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists in North London is a non-profit organisation comprised of professional counsellors and psychotherapists. The organisation exists to provide low cost workshops of interest to it's members and to enable a sharing and networking platform.
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