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Considering approaches to music therapy for holistically supporting people with hearing loss

The purpose of this workshop is to equip Allied Health Clinicians and Teachers with theoretical knowledge and practical skills for working with people who have hearing loss.
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Online Workshop (Zoom)
Course Code
CPE23MT
Start Date
13 April – 4 May 2023
Time
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Course Information

This two hour online workshop is being offered separately for allied heath and education professionals:

Clinicians: 4-6pm AEST 13 April 2023

Teachers: 4-6pm AEST 4 May 2023


The purpose of this workshop is to equip Allied Health Clinicians and Teachers with theoretical knowledge and practical skills for working with people who have hearing loss. With a focus on neural mechanisms and the unique place of music in habilitation/rehabilitation, communication, cognition, connection and self expression, the presenter will offer tangible music therapy-informed methods that can be implemented by non-registered music therapists. Drawing specifically upon the presenters clinical experience of working within this context, hands-on strategies will be explored. This is a 2 hour workshop.

Workshop Objectives

1. Clinicians and Teachers will grasp a theoretical understanding of the important role of music in this context

2. Clinicians and Teachers will learn to utilise music in an appropriate and effective manner when working in this context

3. Clinicians and Teachers will consider approaches to inter-/multi-/trans-disciplinary collaboration

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