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Fri 13th November
Music Therapy Symposium – research and clinical intervention

Welcome to the fourth symposium in Music Therapy arranged by Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Karolinska Institutet
and The Royal Swedish Academy of Music. The symposium takes place at Karolinska Institutet, Solna, as well as broadcasted live. Language: English.

Date and time: Friday 13 November 9-16.30


Due to the pandemic, the number of participants on site will be limited. 
The live broadcast is free of charge, but registration is needed.

Key-note
speaker prof. Jörg Fachner, Cambridge

Music therapy research and social neuroscience approaches - how to investigate attunement and intersubjective experiences in music therapy

Presentations by music therapists and clinicians
  • The Process of Developing Music Therapy Methods: clinical practice, theoretical perspectives, and research
  • Pros and cons with knowledge in music and music therapy as an integrated part of the future education of health care professionals
  • Music therapy within interdisciplinary rehabilitation for adult acquired brain injury  
  • Promoting health with music therapy - two thesis within neonatal and paediatric care 
  • How can music therapy help the severely sick child?
  • Music therapy and music-centred care in for older persons - evidence and experiences 
Opening ceremony
*Chairman
for Olu-Birgit Jeppsons fond, Permanent Secretary at The Royal Swedish Academy of Music, 
Stockholm,
Fredrik Wetterqvist
*President
at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Ole Petter Ottersen
*Vice-Chancellor at
Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Helena Wessman
*Music
performed by students from Royal College of Music, Stockholm 
Moderator prof. Eva Bojner Horwitz, Royal College of Music, Stockholm
 

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