Analytical Music Therapy Conference
Cases of Musical Relationships Between Clients and Therapists: An Integrative Approach Rooted in Psychodynamic and Relational Understandings
"A Special Tribute and Remembrance of AMT Pioneer, Benedikte B. Scheiby"
(6 LCAT & 6 CMTE CE)
Speaker: Dr. Inge Nygaard Pedersen,Associate Professor of Music Therapy, Aalborg University, Denmark
Saturday, April 27, 2019
9:00 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Larini Room, Public Square
Molloy College, NY
This workshop demonstrates an integrative theoretical foundation deeply rooted in a psychodynamic and relational understanding of the therapist-client musical relationship. It also highlights the further development of analytical and analytically oriented music therapy. Longitudinal case studies and vignettes can illustrate this relational understanding as a core element of the integrative approach. In addition, an emphasis is on body awareness and the understanding of the connection of the body and voice as a listening vehicle that manifest in clinical practice among various populations. The presenter will cover theory, clinical practice, and training. Small experiential exercises will illustrate aspects of clinical practice and the training of music therapy students.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
· Describe how psychodynamic and relational understandings inform clinical practice (CBMT I.B.4k, II.A.4.i.)
· State psychodynamic concepts utilized in music-centered integrative approach (CBMT II.A1.g., h., A.2.b., c., o., u, A.3.f., A.4.i.)
· Experience body and voice improvisation as a listening vehicle (CBMT II.A.5.k., n, t., x., z.)
· Identify clinical listening techniques in facilitating therapeutic process (CBMT II.A.1.c. III.A.4., B.3.,6.,7.,11.)
· Describe examples of instrumental, vocal, and movement improvisation techniques (CBMT II.A.5.o.,q.,x.,z., IV.A.6)
· Demonstrate culturally informed interventions (CBMT IV.B.4.)
· Identify supervision techniques for exploring the supervisory relationship (CBMT IV.A.11)
Speaker: Dr. Inge Nygaard Pedersen is Associate Professor of Music Therapy at Denmark's Aalborg University. She is the founder of the five-year music therapy education program at Aalborg University, in collaboration with the late Associate Professor Benedikte B. Scheiby from 1985 to 1990 and then the late Professor Tony Wigram and Professor Lars Ole Bonde. Today, the program has a team of eight colleagues. Since 1995, she has also headed the Music Therapy Research Clinic at the Psychiatry Division in Aalborg University Hospital. She owns a private music therapy practice and has 140 research publications in the fields of music therapy in psychiatry, clinical supervision, and music therapy education and training. In 2007, she obtained her PhD from Aalborg University. Her master's degree is in musicology from the University of Copenhagen in 1981. In addition, she has been a clinical supervisor since 2010 and a Guided Imagery and Music fellow in 2004 (trained by Dr. Kenneth Bruscia). At the beginning of her music therapy education (Herdecke, Germany, 1978-1980), she was mentored by Mary Priestley, Johannes Eschen, and Clive and Carol Robbins. She began her career as a movement and relaxation teacher in 1976.
9:00-9:20 a.m. Breakfast, Check-in, Housekeeping and Introductions
9:20 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. Welcoming Remarks
9:30 a.m. - 10:50 a.m. A relational understanding of music psychotherapy in mental health care
10:50 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. Break
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Deep relaxation and voice improvisation from inside-out tuning of music therapists' relational work with multiple populations
12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m. Lunch (provided)
12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Clinical listening techniques and body and voice improvisations enriching music therapy work in mental health care
1:30 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. Break
1:45 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Combining body and voice improvisation in the form of listening attitudes as a basic tool of handling countertransference in practice, education, and training
3:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. Course Evaluation
Continuing Education Credit
Music Therapy: CMTE
Cases of Musical Relationships Between Clients and Therapists: An Integrative Approach Rooted in Psychodynamic and Relational Understandings is approved by the Certification Board for Music Therapists to award 6 Continuing Music Therapy Education Credits. The Provider maintains responsibility for program quality and adherence to CBMT Policies and Criteria for Continuing Music Therapy Education.
NYS Licensed Creative Arts Therapists: LCAT
Molloy College is an approved provider for CE credit from NY State for Licensed Creative Arts Therapists: approval number CAT-0015. This program is offered for 6 hours of CEU credit for Licensed Creative Arts Therapists.
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Early Registration through February 15, 2019: $90
Regular Registration- February 16 to April 5: $110
Late Registration- April 6 to April 26: $120
After April 26 or at the door: $130
Molloy Full-Time Students, (Please use your Molloy email address when registering): $10
Non-Molloy Students (provide copy of student ID): $50
Molloy Faculty and Staff (Please use your Molloy email address when registering): No Charge
Molloy Alumni: 25% discount
Registration is limited. In-person registration the day of the conference is on a space available basis and cannot be guaranteed.
Online registration is available by clicking here. Phone-in registration is available by calling 516.323.3550 with your MasterCard, Discover or Visa. To register in person, by fax or mail, please click here.
Refund Policy: You may withdraw from the conference for a full refund up until February 7. No refunds are permitted after that date. However, substitutions can be made up until the day of the conference.
The conference will be given in the Larini Room (Room 290A) on the second floor of the Public Square Building on Molloy's Rockville Centre campus located at 1000 Hempstead Ave, Rockville Centre, NY, 11571. Travel directions will be sent with your confirmation, but can also be downloaded by clicking here.
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The following are some links about our Music Therapy program that you may find interesting:
Video on Molloy's Graduate Music Therapy Program https://vimeo.com/90795256
Twitter Account for Molloy's Graduate Music Therapy Program https://twitter.com/MusicMolloy
Facebook Page for Molloy's Graduate Music Therapy Program https://www.facebook.com/Graduate-Music-Therapy-at-Molloy-College-101924705247/