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BAMT Conference 2018

Music, Diversity and Wholeness

16 - 18th February 

Barbican Centre

Conference Workshops -
Booking Now Open!

To book your place: 

1. Click on the doodle link for the workshop you wish to attend. Enter your name and email address, and click save. If you are unable to enter your name in the doodle poll, it means that all spaces have already been booked.

Workshop 1 - Skill-sharing in music therapy: challenges and opportunities, Saturday 9am - 10am- Becky Dowson and Julie Barnes Number of participants: 20 Number of observers: 20
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Workshop 2 - Music, movement and identity, Saturday 9am - 10.30am - Shannon Perkins Carr 
Number of participants: 30 Number of observers: unlimited
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Workshop 3 - SYNCHRONY: A group songwriting protocol for adult community mental health settings, Saturday 9.30am - 10.30am - Donald Wetherick and Cornelia Bent Number of participants: 10  Number of observers: 30
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Workshop 4 - How to work with occupational therapists - an interdisciplinary perspective from a dual-qualified therapist, Saturday 1.30pm - 3pm - Emily White. Number of participants: 25  Number of observers: 10
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Workshop 5 - A music-formulation model of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT-music): a practical application of model with South Asian women experiencing anxiety and depression, Saturday 1.30pm - 2.30pm - Sidrah Muntaha Number of participants: 25 
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Workshop 6 - Follow me, find me, dance with me: exploring dyadic relationships in Bach's 6th Brandenburg concerto and implications for therapeutic understanding, Saturday 1.30pm - 3pm - Kate Fawcett Number of participants: 30 Number of observers: unlimited
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Workshop 7 - Architects and gardeners: writing for publication in the British Journal of Music Therapy, Saturday 1.30pm - 4.30pm - Tessa Watson, Alison Barrington and Philippa Derrington Number of participants: 15
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Workshop 8 - Voice work and the therapeutic relationship, Saturday 2pm - 3pm - Tina Warnock Number of participants: 35
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Workshop 9 - Joint-working with speech and language therapists: a practical workshop covering clinical applications of music therapy and speech and language sessions and improving collaborative working between the disciplines, Saturday 3.30pm - 5pm - Rosie Axon and Claire Bolton van Weert Number of participants: 30 Number of observers: 10
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Workshop 10 - Improvising brains: a workshop on theory and practice of brain interaction in music therapy, Sunday 9am - 10.30am - Clemens Maidhof and Jorg Fachner Number of participants: 15   Number of observers: 20
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Workshop 11 - Using facial analysis and visualisation software to reflect the impact music therapy has on our clients: a 'how to' workshop, Sunday 9.30am - 10.30am - Greg Hanford Number of participants: 30
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Workshop 12 - Self-care: soul music for the music therapist, Sunday 9am - 10.30am - Joy Gravestock and Polly Bowler Number of participants: 15
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Workshop 13 - Coughing in time: Singing for lung health: Balancing the biomedical with the musical, Sunday 9.30am - 10.30am - Phoene Cave Number of participants: 30
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Workshop 14 - Supportive music and imagery method, Sunday 2pm - 3pm - Sumi Paik-Meier Number of participants: 20
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Workshop 15 - Broadening horizons: delineating practice. An interactive workshop exploring how we, as music therapists, use and talk about music in our working environments, Sunday 2pm - 3pm - Phoene Cave, Juliet Wood and Grace Watts Number of participants: 30
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Workshop 16 - Irreducibly human encounters: being with the other when the other is struggling to be with, Sunday 1.30pm - 3pm - Claire Grant and Holly Dwyer-Hall Number of participants: 20 
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Workshop 17 - Sounding Bowls: reaching hard to reach clients, Sunday 2pm - 3pm - Tobias Kaye Number of participants: 15   Number of observers: 6
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Workshop 18 - Introduction to using laptops and tablets as digital instruments in music therapy, Sunday 3.15pm - 4.15pm - Naomi Rowe Number of participants: 17
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Workshop 19 - Music therapy in dementia care settings: how can familiar songs be used to regulate emotions for people with dementia, Sunday 3.15pm - 4.15pm - Jodie Bloska, Laura Bolton, Laura Fester and Thomas Woodward Number of participants: 20
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Workshop 20 - Supervision and reality: approaches to reflective practice for informing awareness and exploration within a supervisory relationship, Sunday 3.15pm - 4.15pm - Juliet Wood and Christina Lydon Number of participants: 20
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Workshop 21 - Practical approaches in post-16 transitions for people with additional needs: skill sharing in creative music technology, receptive techniques, group activities and film making, Sunday 3.15pm - 4.15pm - Laura Al-Bandar, Natasha Larkin and Kasia Sikora-Black Number of participants: 10  Number of observers: 20
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Workshop 22 - Spheres of influence considering Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Systems Theory Model (2000) to explore the systems impacting the lives of adults with complex needs, Sunday 3.15pm - 4.15pm - Lisa Margetts and Amanda Lapping Number of participants: 10   Number of participants: 20
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2. You will receive an email from BAMT on 14th February confirming your place at the workshop.

Please do get in touch if you have any questions about the workshops or how to book your place.

All best wishes,

BAMT Conference Committee

British Association for Music Therapy
2nd Fl, 24-27 White Lion Street, London, N1 9PD
T: 020 7837 6100

E: info@bamt.org

W: www.bamt.org