Introduction to Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy for High School Students
Introduction to Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy: Foundations, Improvisational Resources, and Clinical Applications
Introduction to Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy: Foundations, Improvisational Resources, and Clinical Applications. For continuing professionals, and students at the undergraduate or graduate level.
Comments from past participants:
"I should share just how grateful I was to spend the week with you all last summer. It was definitely the best professional opportunity I have had in many, many years of practice. As a pianist who for years has had trouble getting away from the music on the page, it improved my improvisation skills immensely. It also has given me so many concrete ways to help my interns improve their functional piano skills.”
"It was one of the most useful CBMT programs that I have taken. [Instructors are] very sensitive to participants’ needs and willing to provide any info for professional growth."
“They were the lecturers I wish I’d had my entire scholastic life. [The instructors] were so engaging and enthusiastic about every detail of what [they] were explaining and I can only describe it as hypnotic. I learnt more in those four days than I did my entire undergraduate degree and it’s down to you. This remains the finest educational experience of my life.”
Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy
...is a clinically oriented, music-centered specialization applicable to many approaches in music therapy. Our training is unique in its comprehensive focus on the technical application of music, and the development of clinical/musical resources, especially improvisation. We offer a variety of opportunities for professional development: Nordoff-Robbins Certification training for professional music therapists, summer conference for Board-Certified therapists and educators, workshops for students, clinical supervision, and informational visits. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-998-5151 to learn more about the Center’s programs.