- Explore ways to understand family dynamics and change unhealthy patterns through drumming
- Practice and teach communication skills, listening, supporting, being heard and expressing feelings through drumming.
- Explore six types of songwriting to help kids and teens express, be empowered and stay motivated
- Learn ways to use music to express and release inner pain brought on by abuse, trauma, transitions or grief.
- Learn ways to work through depression and anxiety with musical interventions
Here’s What People are Saying:
” I absolutely liked the variety of activities presented for various ages from young children to older teens. I also really liked the songwriting section, especially learning the different chord progressions. Like most MT’s, I had been stuck in a rut of my patterns used for improvisation.” Jennifer M.
” Sally was a great teacher, and I enjoyed learning new ways to use my music. I also learned how to implement play therapy in my work, as a lot of my children are drawn to puppets, sand play, and dollhouse play.” Susanne K.V.
” Everything was positive about the course. I learned so much and as always it’s great to be able to brain storm/troubleshoot with Sally and the other music therapists about difficulties we might be having in our practices.” Edele Rose K.
30 minutes- Welcome and Introductions
30 minutes- Explore ways to understand family dynamics and change unhealthy patterns through drumming
1 hour – Changing unhealthy patterns through drumming.
1 hour:- Practice and teach communication skills, listening, supporting, being heard and expressing feelings through drumming
1 hour- Explore six types of songwriting to help kids and teens express, be empowered and stay motivated.
1 hour- self-study homework assignment
1 hour- Learn ways to use music express and release inner pain brought on by abuse, trauma, transitions or grief.
30 minutes- Ways to soothe…..
…humming, singing ah, tuning forks, the ocean drum
30 minutes – Come up with a new idea or your favorite ideas from the webinar that you plan on using with you clients.
one hour- Learn ways to work through depression and anxiety with musical interventions
one hour -Time for questions, trouble shooting musical interventions for clients, brainstorming, plus sharing what you came up with on break.
CBMT Domain Areas:
II A2 Provide music therapy experiences to address client’s:
(g) affect, emotions and moods
(H) agitation, (I) aggression (k) attention (0) coping skills (Q)
executive functions (v) impulse control
(x) initiation and self-motivation (aa) musical and other
creative responses (Av) social interaction)
Music Therapy with Kids and Teens is approved by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) for 10 CMTEs-Continuing Music Therapy Education credits. Deborah Spiegel MT-BC, CBMT Approved Provider #P-106, maintains responsibility for program quality and adherence to CBMT policies and criteria.