¡67% de ahorro!
Special price for Emagister users. Code: NEWLIFE
Centre of Excellence

Music Therapy Course

4.3 fantástico 3 opiniones
Centre of Excellence
Online

$156.486 $52.162
+ IVA
*Precio Orientativo
Importe original en GBP:
GBP147  GBP49

Información importante

Tipología Curso
Metodología Online
Horas lectivas 150h
Inicio Fechas a escoger
  • Curso
  • Online
  • 150h
  • Inicio:
    Fechas a escoger
Descripción

What will you learn?
Whether you are interested in music therapy services yourself or know someone who is planning to visit a music therapist and want to understand what is involved then this course is a great platform to build your knowledge.
This fascinating course begins by giving an in-depth explanation of what music therapy is, what music therapists do and how they do it. This also includes how it is used, and who and what it can help people with (such as aiding those with depression, anxiety, dementia, insomnia and autism, to name but a few), as well as giving a brief history of the practice. Here students are guided through an exercise that with help them to understand what it is like for a client undergoing music therapy; giving a practical, first-hand experience.
The Music Therapy Course jumps straight into guiding students through the various models of music therapy and the different approaches that people in the profession take. This shows the breadth of what music therapy can treat by utilising varying techniques, depending on the client and their condition. As music therapy has deep historical roots, the module goes on to discuss the contemporary frameworks and the different types of music used in order to treat various conditions.
This type of treatment is less rigid than some and it is the job of the music therapist to adapt to individual clients and what they respond to, this module discusses the importance of flexibility in this role. Also discussed here is songwriting, and how this can be useful. You will be given sample activities to try out and shown how to use improvisation in music therapy.
You will discover the different mental health and behavioural issues that music therapy can be used to treat, the course lists the advantages of using this therapy for treatment..
As previously mentioned, music therapy has been around for a very long time. This said, there is still a lot of current research going on in this area

Información importante

: Special price for Emagister users. Code: NEWLIFE

Ubicación

comienzo

Online

comienzo

Fechas a escoger Matrícula abierta

Opiniones

4.3
fantástico
Valoración del curso
100%
Lo recomiendan
4.6
excelente
Valoración del Centro

Opiniones sobre este centro

D
Dex Etherton
18/01/2018
Lo mejor: The modules were well laid out, the course material was informative and fun. The tutor marked the coursework quickly and I was very pleased with my distinction.
A mejorar: -
Curso realizado: Enero 2018
¿Recomendarías este centro?:
D
David Hanson
03/01/2018
Lo mejor: I found the course very user friendly, well presented and extremely interesting and informative. I enjoyed completing the assessments, and I was impressed by the quick response with the marks. With a busy life, a Centre of Excellence online course is ideal for me, since I can work wherever I am, whenever I can, and at my own pace.
A mejorar: All ok
Curso realizado: Enero 2018
¿Recomendarías este centro?:
A
Annie Medhurst
18/01/2018
Lo mejor: The course was immensely well put together, easy to navigate, filled with extremely useful information and pleasing to look at. As I also work full time, I was delighted to find that (for me) the modules were just the right amount, pushing me enough to keep motivated without being overwhelming.
A mejorar: -
Curso realizado: Enero 2018
¿Recomendarías este centro?:
* Reseñas recogidas por Emagister & iAgora

¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Mental Health
Improvisation
Disability
Therapist
Planning
Writing
Dementia
Music Therapy
Depression
Music
Autistic Children
Music
Music
Autistic Children
Autistic Children

Temario

Module 1 What is Music Therapy?

  • Part 1: What Does Music Therapy Mean?
  • Part 2: Listening Exercise
  • Part 3: A Short History of Music Therapy
  • Part 4: What is Music Therapy Used for Today?
  • Part 5: What You Will Learn in This Course?
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 Models of and Approaches to Music Therapy

  • Part 1: 1-2-1 Music Therapy
  • Part 2: Kinds of Music Therapy
  • Part 3: Contemporary Frameworks of Music Therapy
  • Part 4: What Kind of Music can be used for Therapy?
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 Some Interventions for Music Therapy

  • Part 1: Music Does Not Have to Be Rigid
  • Part 2: What to Do When Clients Don’t Respond
  • Part 3: Song Writing and Methods
  • Part 4: How to Know That Song Writing Is Working with Your Clients?
  • Part 5: Improvisation
  • Part 6: Music Therapy Group Improvisations
  • Part 7: Why Improvisation?
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 Music Therapy for Mental Health

  • Part 1: Why is Music Therapy a Good Idea?
  • Part 2: What kinds of mental health issues can be treated?
  • Part 3: Other Behavioural Issues
  • Part 4: Music Therapy for Behavioural Issues
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 Music Therapy for Autistic Children

  • Part 1: An Overview of Autism
  • Part 2: How to Use Music Therapy for Autistic Patients?
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 Research in Music Therapy

  • Part 1: Why Is Research in this Area Important?
  • Part 2: Some Outstanding Research
  • Part 3: Future of Music Therapy
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 Music Therapy and General Medicine

  • Part 1: Music Therapy for Pain Relief
  • Part 2: Success Stories for Pain Relief
  • Part 3: Existing Research
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 Real Life Experiences and Cases

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Music Therapy for People with Learning Disabilities
  • Part 3: Music Therapy for Dementia
  • Part 4: Music Therapy and Neuro-Disability
  • Part 5: Music Therapy for people on the Autism Spectrum
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Course Overview

  • Part 1: What We Learnt
  • Part 2: Next Steps