1. Music Therapy in a Mood Disorders Intensive Outpatient Program

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    Diane Le, MT-BC CWRU Grand Rounds 09/07/2012 Lecture begins at 14:06

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    • COURSE OF ESOTERIC MUSIC

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      COURSE OF ESOTERIC MUSIC

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      • CURS DE MUZICA EZOTERICA

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        CURS DE MUZICA EZOTERICA

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        • Iasos - Tips for Aspiring Musicians

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          In the Spring of 2013, the Music Technology Dept. of Foothill College (Los Altos, California) had a series of guest-speakers on the topic of Music Therapy. Iasos was one of those guest speakers and he chose to FOCUS on "Tips for Aspiring Musicians". The first hour and a half (shown here) is the actual talk. This was followed by an hour and a half of Questions and Answers (not shown here).

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          • The Ivey's Community Education Programs: Music Therapy and Memory

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            For the March 2015 installment of The Ivey's Memory Wellness Speaker Series, Board Certified Music Therapist Danielle Glefke speaks about music therapy and its benefits for enhancing short-term and long-term memory and improving quality of life. She shows how music can help people with early-stage dementia feel more relaxed and able to cope with their surroundings. As stages of memory loss progress, music can provide a familiar structure for accessing memories and abilities that are not yet lost. It can also help maintain access to those memories and abilities for as long as possible.

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            • Improvisation, Music Therapy, and Guided Imagery

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              An interview with music therapist Carolyn Arnason in which she discusses her use of improvisation and guided imagery in music therapy.

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              • Art and Music Therapy in Rehab and Beyond

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                How can experiences with art and music heal your heart, support your rehabilitation and enhance your life at any age? In this presentation, David Knott, Board Certified Music Therapist, and Rosalie Frankel, Board Certified Art Therapist, discussed the many benefits that can be gained through the creative arts therapies. They provide examples of different equipment and supplies that can be used by individuals with mobility disabilities and discuss ways art can be used for personal growth, expression and enjoyment. Guest artist Brom Wikstrom talked about his evolution as a professional artist since sustaining a spinal cord injury more than 30 years ago.

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                • DGPA 1995 2 Vorträge über die "Musisch-soziale Methode"

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                  Kränkung, Angst, Kreativität - DGPA Kongress 1995 Univ.Klinik Bremen, Goethe-Theater 2 Vorträge zur "Musisch-sozialen Methode" von: Prof. Renate und Gerald Spitzner [tags DGPA, Art Therapy, Video Therapy, Music Therapy, 1995, Bremen, Psychology, Therapy, children, music for abused children, Musisc-social Method]

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                  • NZSM 'Linking Cultures' Conference: Keynote Address 1

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                    The first Keynote address at NZSM's 'Linking Cultures' Conference was given by Dr Sangeeta Swamy, a faculty member at Duke University and founder of Sound Mind Music & Wellness Center in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Her address was entitled 'Music Therapy in the global age: 3 keys to successful culturally-centred practice.' The Music Therapy Programme at Te Kōkī New Zealand School of Music hosted the 'Linking cultures: collaborative partnerships in music therapy and related disciplines' conference at Te Ara Hihiko on the Massey University Wellington campus on 23,24 November 2013. It focused on cross-cultural collaboration: celebrating the diversity of people, and their practice and research in music therapy and related disciplines. The conference also marked the 10th anniversary of the commencement of the Master of Music Therapy Programme at NZSM. Sangeeta Swamy, PhD, is faculty member at Duke University and founder of Sound Mind Music & Wellness Center in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. As a queer, Indian-American woman, she specializes in culturally centered music therapy and research and is the author of 'Temple of Ancient Knowing: Music Therapy Portraits of Globalized Indian Identity'. An award winning violinist and community activist, she has also taught at Lesley University, Naropa University, and Oberlin College.

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                    • FULL FRAME - DAVID COPPERFIELD EPISODE SIXTEEN

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                      Full Frame turns its lens to alternative therapies and how they’re transforming the well-being of people around the world. In Full Frame’s sixteenth episode host Mike Walter sat down with David Copperfield, who was made internationally famous by his daring illusions, to talk about his career and his organization, Project Magic, which uses magic tricks as a form of physical therapy. Music therapist Alexandra Field and world renowned violinist Vijay Gupta stopped by the studio to talk about the healing power of music. Full Frame contributor, Sandra Hughes set out to understand how animal assisted therapy is helping children with autism and veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder change their lives. Two healthcare experts, Dr. Christine Forest and Dr. Amber Andersen, also stopped by the studio to take a deeper look at animal-assisted therapy. Finally, Full Frame took a trip to Rocky Ridge, Maryland, to the stables of Metro, the “painting racehorse.” Monna Kashfi Executive Producer Mike Walter Host Ira Lazernik Director Sahar Sarshar Program Producer Maria Calleia West Coast Producer Neda Darroudi Segment Producer Janne Syrjanen Senior Video Editor Brittany Tapscott Video Editor Sandra Hughes Correspondent Lillian Mizrahi Talent Consultant Gayle Carter Talent Consultant Arash Ghadishah Field Producer Rachel Silverman Field Producer Lindsey Mastis Field Producer Field Cameras: Thierry Humeau Denis Levkovich Ralf Oberti Andrew Smith Don Stanke Duane Watkins Joel Witte Alexander Shields CCTV America Creative Director Graphic Artists: Ronald Cortez Hamid Dalili Devin Draudt Amy Galletta Cody Jastromb Thanh Nguyen Vina Vo White Simon Make-Up Artist Production Interns: Jessica Ann Brittany Bremer Patrick Conner Liza Strauss Nicholas Wolowski

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