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Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy

What is music therapy? A brief introduction to the Nordoff Robbins approach
This brief introduction to the ideas and practice of Nordoff Robbins music therapy will be presented by experienced music therapists. It will include information, examples of music therapy in action and practical activities. These courses are open to anyone interested in music therapy, no previous experience is necessary.

Croydon 

Date: Monday 17 September 2018 6.00 - 8.30pm 
Location: Nordoff Robbins Andrew Lloyd Webber Unit, The Crescent, Croydon. CRO 2HN
Course fee: £45 (concession for full time students and unwaged £25)

Manchester
Date: Friday 28 September 2018 6.30pm - 9pm 
Location: St. Matthew’s Hall, Stretford, Manchester M32 9AJ
Course Fee:  £45 (concession for full time students and unwaged £25

To book a place at any of the locations, please email us with your contact details (full name, contact number, email address) at education@nordoff-robbins.org.uk



How music can help? An extended introduction to Nordoff Robbins music therapy - Six week evening course.
The course will be run by experienced Nordoff Robbins music therapists. It will include information about music therapy and the Nordoff Robbins approach, examples of music therapy in action, and practical music making. The course is open to anyone interested in music therapy, catering equally for people with no previous knowledge and for those with experience in related fields.

Date and time: 6.30 – 8.30pm, Thursday evenings, 4 Oct - 15 November 2018 (not 25 Oct, half term)

Location:  Nordoff Robbins London Centre, 2 Lissenden Gardens, London NW5 1PQ

Course fee: £165 (concession for full time students and unwaged £90)

To book a place on any of the courses please email us with your contact details (full name, contact number, email address) at education@nordoff-robbins.org.uk


Master of Music Therapy (Nordoff Robbins) Music, Health Society - Open Evening - Manchester 

The open evening aims to: Introduce you to the Nordoff Robbins approach to music therapy Show how this training programme uniquely equips its students for the contemporary workplace Explain the structure of the training programme
Dates: 
Wednesday 10 October 2018: 18.30 – 20.00

Location: Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester

Cost: Free to attend To book a place please email us with your contact details (full name, contact number, email address) at  education@nordoff-robbins.org.uk.

For more details about our short courses, please check the Nordoff Robbins website: https://www.nordoff-robbins.org.uk/short-courses













An Introduction to Music Therapy

Tuesday 10  - Thu 12 July

Tutor: Polly Bowler
STANDARD: ALL

Polly Bowler has tutored chamber courses at Benslow Music for over 10 years and now brings her expertise to this new course which offers insight into the allied healthcare profession of music therapy. A mixture of talks, experiential groups and practical workshops will aid participants’ understanding of music therapy; its history; the theories that underpin it; the people it helps; and of improvisation, its predominant, musical tool. The exploration of improvisation will potentially offer participants a fresh approach to their instrumental playing as so many musicians feel safest with a sheet of music in front of them. Participants will need their own instruments. Some small percussion will also be available. Please note that the course is not providing participants with therapy, nor does it qualify participants to provide therapy as qualification requires training.


Resident: £280 Non-Resident: £205 Code: 18/270

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Guildhall School of Music & Drama
An Introduction to Music Therapy - Course Information

Date:  Saturday 21 July - Sunday 22 July 2018
Daily:  10am - 5pm
Course fee:  £250

This weekend course is designed for anyone considering a career as a music therapist, offering an introduction to the unique music therapy teaching at the Guildhall School.  The course is delivered by tutors with wide-ranging experience in clinical and professional settings, via a combination of theoretical and practical sessions, case presentations and experiential learning.  Participants can expect to learn more about the psychodynamically-informed approach to music therapy that is taught at Guildhall School, and what a music therapist's career might look like.

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