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Tuning Relationships with Music® Level One Training

Training in Tuning Relationships with Music® is available to health professionals working with families who have experienced trauma.

Training in Tuning Relationships with Music® is available to health professionals working with families who have experienced trauma.



About this Event




Training in Tuning Relationships with Music® is available to professionals who are working therapeutically with parents who have experienced trauma and their children. Professionals need to be qualified in a discipline that entitles them to have achieved registration with a relevant professional body e.g., associations that regulate counselling, psychotherapy, psychology, music therapy or similiar.

There are three levels of training. Level One will be held over two Sunday mornings GMT. For participants from outside Australia, GMT is 9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.on April 11 and April 18, 2021. See separate event listing for Level Two training to be held in April - May 2021. Level One attracts 8 hours of Continuing Professional Development points, and is endorsed by the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia.

Level One training provides a detailed orientation to the theory and research underpinning Tuning Relationships with Music®, and an orientation to using musical exercises to assess nonverbal aspects of parent-child interaction, including when they are in conflict.

What is covered:

Research/evidence: Why is nonverbal communication important?

Research/evidence: Additional nonverbal communication challenges for families with a trauma history

Using music to assess nonverbal interaction

Using music to assess nonverbal aspects of conflict interaction

Learning outcomes:

Understanding of relevant theories, existing evidence-base and where gaps are when working with parent-adolescent conflict where the parent has a history of abuse or neglect

Learning about the rationale for using music as a way to address implicit somatic and emotional interpersonal processes that drive conflict within a systemic framework.

Introduction to ways music may therapeutically address issues faced by traumatised families

Learning how to deliver a music-based observational assessment tool with traumatised parents and their adolescents who are experiencing interpersonal difficulties and high levels of conflict

Learning how to clinically observe music-based assessments of parent-child interaction and conflict interaction, and how to use this information to inform therapeutic intervention.




Disclaimer: Due to the current uncertainty regarding coronavirus, please contact the event organiser directly via the contact details on the listing if you are unsure.

Category Lifestyle