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Ringvorlesung der Musiktherapie Sommersemester 2016


Die Wiener Ringvorlesung Musiktherapie an der mdw – Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien beginnt am 11. März 2016.

Das Programm für das Sommersemester 2016 finden Sie hier

 

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Nächste Ringvorlesung:

Freitag, 20. Mai 2016  10.00 - 11.30 Uhr AEG 10,
Rennweg 8, 1030 Wien

 

Music therapy in the United Kingdom,
focussing particularly on the Nordoff Robbins approach
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Simon Procter, Dr., London, GB

Simon Procter is a pianist and accompanist as well as a Nordoff Robbins music therapist who has predominantly worked in the field of adult mental health. A former editor of the British Journal of Music Therapy, he is now Director of Music Services for Nordoff Robbins with responsibility for education, research and quality assurance. He is Convenor of the Nordoff Robbins Master of Music Therapy (MMT) training programme, delivered both at the Nordoff Robbins London Centre and at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, and a supervisor on the Nordoff Robbins MPhil / PhD programme. As a researcher, his primary expertise lies in ethnography and he is part of the Sociology of the Arts research group at Exeter University, where he also completed his own doctoral research.

His current research interests lie in the detail of interaction within music therapy, the relevance of musical identity to music therapy work, and the articulation of empirically-grounded music-centred theory within music therapy.

 

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Music therapy in the UK is often characterised as primarily improvisational, but it also encompasses other ways in which people can be jointly engaged in musical activity, as well as a range of ways of thinking and talking about the work. After a brief historical overview, I will consider key aspects of the development of music therapy in the UK, including state regulation, the articulation of Community Music Therapy, and current trends in the UK's provision of public services. I will focus particularly on the influence of the Nordoff Robbins approach and the activities of Nordoff Robbins as an organisation in the UK. The talk will be illustrated with examples of practice and followed by an opportunity for discussion.


10th European
Music therapy conference 

Vienna 2016


 
 



Weitere Informationen finden Sie hier

 

NICU music therapy training course

Monday, 4 July 2016  9am – 12.30am and 2pm – 6.30pm, M0101
Anton-von-Webern-Platz 1, 1030 Wien

A music and medicine team, inclusive of music therapists and a doctor and nurse will lead experiential, hands-on training to meet Tier I competency for this international, evidence-based, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit training inclusive of three prongs: environmental music therapy, trauma training in music psychotherapy with care givers, and evidence-based live music therapy interventions for premature infants.

https://www.mdw.ac.at/645

 

Würdigungspreis 2015 an Musiktherapie-Absolventen

Foto: Tobias von Marillac

Wir gratulieren Manuel Goditsch herzlich zur Verleihung des mdw_Würdigungspreises 2015 am 18.11.2015. Dieser Preis wird vom Vizerektorat für Lehre, Kunst und Nachwuchsförderung für ausgezeichnete Leistungen während der gesamten Studiendauer vergeben: https://www.mdw.ac.at/wuerdigungspreis_2015

Wir freuen uns sehr, dass unter den 11 PreisträgerInnen in diesem Jahr wieder ein Absolvent des Musiktherapie-Diplomstudiums vertreten ist.

 

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Abteilungsleiter der Abteilung Musiktherapie:

Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. Dr. sc. mus. Thomas Stegemann

Sprechstunde: RW 8, Büro: Do, 11.00 bis 12.00 Uhr bzw. nach Vereinbarung

Mail: musiktherapie@mdw.ac.at
Homepage: thomasstegemann.at

 

Univ.-Ass. Mag.art. Monika Smetana PhD

Sprechstunde nach Vereinbarung

smetana-m@mdw.ac.at

 

Sekretariat Musiktherapie:

Katharina Pfeiffer

Mo-Fr: 9.00-13.00 Uhr

Tel.: +43-1-71155-3914
Fax.: +43-1-71155-3949
pfeiffer-k@mdw.ac.at

1030 Wien, Rennweg 8