The Power of Music

$40

DURATION:
1.5 hours

INSTRUCTORS:

MARITH BERGSTROM-ISACSSON
Music therapist RMT-S AM, PhD

Part one of this course provides basic information about Rett syndrome, the importance of music and how music can be used as medium, method, and as medicine.

Part two will give you information about a music and movement program created for young children called “The Musement.”

The relation between music and Rett syndrome is well known, and in part three in this course we will enter the interesting area of research. We will focus on the physiological and emotional responses, the measured effect of music, and whether it is possible or not to observe on the outside how music affects the inside.

The course will take approximately 1.5 hours and includes illustrative video examples from music therapy sessions, and from a medical brainstem assessment.

 

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