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This presentation explains how being a performer can both help and hinder a music therapy practice and explains how the practitioner can merge two worlds into a successful practice.
03:15 to 04:15
From social media to social justice, young professionals navigate their identities and roles intricately.
04:30 to 05:30
Gerotranscendence is a theory of aging which suggests that spiritual growth and development plays a vital developmental role in the elder years.
05:45 to 06:45
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09:30 to 10:30
Scholarship of learning and teaching on music therapy training courses offers opportunities for innovative pedagogical methods to be explored that may impact on the research and practice of staff and students.
10:45 to 11:45
Potential Spaces for Creativity and Relationship: Inter-Cultural Research with Belarusian Special Educators
This presentation will describe and discuss inter-cultural doctoral research undertaken at Children’s Rehabilitation Centre Minsk.
12:15 to 13:45
14:00 to 15:00
This presentation will provide definitions of grief, mourning and bereavement as well as highlight grief and mourning stages, phases and theories.
15:15 to 16:15
16:30 to 17:30
Individuals presenting for inpatient care are in extreme distress, often suicidal, psychotic, and non-compliant with treatment.
17:45 to 18:45
This dialogue is intended to investigate the phenomena of medical migration as it intersects with music therapy through case examples and literature review.
19:00 to 20:00
This presentation introduces a developmental music therapy program using the epigenetic framework, where a child’s development is the result of ongoing, bidirectional exchanges between heredity and all levels of their environment.
20:15 to 21:15
21:30 to 22:30
This presentation will explore ways trauma informed care can be infused into music therapy treatment in addiction settings.
22:45 to 23:45