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Analytical Music Therapy Symposium: Current Developments in Analytical Music Therapy
7 LCAT CEUs
ADMISSION: $100 (General), $50 (NYU students)
Saturday, June 13, 2020, 9am-5pm
Analytical Music Therapy (AMT) was originally developed in the 1970s by Mary Priestley in the UK. It was recognized at the 1999 World Congress of Music Therapy as one of five international models of music therapy. While the model developed in psychiatry, its contemporary practitioners have expanded it into other clinical areas. The seven presentations will include clinical case studies, reports on research projects, and experiential examples of live AMT musical techniques. The presenters are all graduates of the Institute for Analytical Music Therapy run by Benedikte B. Scheiby, the only person in North America who provided training in this model.
- Amanda MacRae, PhD, MT-BC, Analytical Music Therapist: Qualitative Research on Analytical Music Therapy: Exploring the Necessary Qualities of the Analytical Music Therapy Trainer
- Seung-A Kim, PhD, LCAT, MT-BC, Analytical Music Therapist & Juliane Kowski, MA, LCAT, MT-BC Analytical Music Therapist: Formation of an Analytical Music Therapist’s Identity: The Role of Improvisation in Self-Experience During Analytical Music Therapy Training
- Tanja Auf der Heyde, PhD, MA, Analytical Music Therapist: Listening to the Rhythms of the Unconscious in Dreams
- Maria Gonsalves Schimpf, MA, MT-BC, Analytical Music Therapist and Brian T Harris, PhD, MT-BC, LCAT, Analytical Music Therapist: You, Me and the Music: Experiencing Clinical Improvisation in AMT
- Brian Abrams, PhD, MT-BC, Analytical Music Therapist: Encountering Transgenerational Grief and Trauma Through Analytical Music Therapy
- Audrey Morse, MA, MT-BC, LCAT, Analytical Music Therapist: The Search for Meaning: How AMT Techniques Can Assist in Revealing Symbolic Significance
- Panel Discussion: The Future of AMT