Collaborative Music Practice for Health, CPD Short Course, Residential and Online, Starts May 2023
The Cambridge Institute of Music Therapy Research, The Cambridge School of Creative Industries, and Britten Pears Arts are offering a professional development opportunity for performing musicians and music therapists who have an interest in working in health and care settings. Collaborative Music Practice for Health will enable participants to extend their skills, practice, and knowledge in the use of music to support health and wellbeing.
Focussing on collaborative learning, the course will provide opportunities for musicians and music therapists to work together effectively, gaining a greater understanding of each other’s practice.
‘I am truly grateful for this opportunity. I leave with a greater awareness of myself, my passions and my goals. I leave with a renewed belief in the role of music and music therapy in health and care settings, and full of inspiration and new ideas to try in my future work!’ 2021 course participant.
18-20 May 2023 at Snape Maltings, Suffolk. Online in June/July.
Deadline for applications 27th March.
Further info at www.aru.ac.uk/musicforhealth