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  • need to help others patience tact and sensitivity and the capacity to work in a team intellectual qualities such as creativity both in musical and clinical fields and the ability to engage in research projects ethical sensibilities This Masters aims to guide its students to develop such qualities enabling then to work in psychiatric hospitals rehabilitation centres general hospitals outpatients clinics day care treatment centres drug and alcohol programmes geriatric centres nursing homes special education schools palliative care units social rehabilitation centres and also in private practice There are currently areas of research in hospitals like Hospital del Mar Hospital de la Esperanza Sant Juan de Dios Hospital Universitario de la Mutua de Terrassa and others At present a new project is being undertaken in neo natal intensive care units NICU palliative care oncology and patients with addictions These are exciting times for music therapy in Barcelona and we are looking forward to seeing how the programme develops in the future Course Content Year one Module 1 Basis for musictherapy Musictherapy applied to childhood and youth Musictherapy basis Musictherapy methodology Mt applied to childhood and youth Mt organization Mt applied in development Module 2 Instrumental training and pedagogy of musictherapy Vocal resources I Choir direction Dalcroze Orff musical pedagogy Willems musical pedagogy Piano I Harmony applied to creative Mt Instrumental Ensemble I Psycho corporal resources Module 3 Psychology of music and musictherapy research Music and sound Psychology of music Anthropology of music Research in MT I Module 4 Psychology Brief Psychotherapy Intervention frameworks in Psychotherapy General Psychopathology Childhood and youth Psychopathology Projective Psychological Tests Module 5 Interdisciplinary musical workshops Group improvisation soundpainting Piano II Orff instruments workshop Body Percussion Year two Module 6 Specific musictherapy instrumental training Guitar I Piano II Vocal resources II Module 7 Psychotherapy and Self Experience Psychotherapies Solution oriented psychotherapy Psychotherapy in eating disorders Self Experience Module 8 Interdisciplinary models in musictherapy Art therapy Dancetherapy GIM Nordoff Robbins Model Module 9 Musictherapy applied to old age Geriatric psychopathology Geriatric MT Neurodegenerative diseases Module 10 Musictherapy applied in a social setting and in mental health Musictherapist training MT in a social setting MT in a social setting MT in mental health MT in mental health MT in mental health Module 11 Specific musical workshops for musictherapy Instrumental ensemble Percussion Piano II Guitarra II Psycho corporal resources Module 12 Musictherapy applied in a hospital setting MT and Medicine MT in Oncology MT in Neonatology MT in Neurorehabilitation MT in physical rehabilitation MT in neurodegenerative diseases MT medicine and guitar Module 13 Internship and final project Students develop their practicum in different fields hospitals special education schools social institutions or private practice Qualification Awarded MA in Music Therapy Language All modules are taught in Spanish except the clinical practice exams or presentation in which English is permissible Student Exchange Opportunities The University of Barcelona is able to offer clinical placement opportunities in music therapy for ECArTE member students Such placements would take place between October to July and would

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  • are covered Fundamental principles for psychotherapy and other therapeutic pedagogical methods of working are studied as well as humanistic psychodynamic cognitive behavioral and group approaches to art therapy The second year includes the advanced study of art therapy its different research traditions and scientific methods The course includes an application of art therapy theory and methods in supervised art therapy work with clients as well as planning carrying out and defending an independent degree project paper at an advanced level The course is conducted with a modified pace of study as distance education with instruction periods at the place of study The studies use a problem oriented method of working with independent studies at home Qualification Awarded Degree of master of medical science one year Main field of study art therapy 60 ECTS Language All modules are taught in Swedish Student Exchange Opportunities Umeå University is currently not able to offer any student exchange or clinical placement opportunities with ECArTE member universities Current Research Peer reviewed internationally distributed scientific publications in arts therapies Egberg Thyme K Sundin E Stahlberg G Lindstrom B Eklof H and Wiberg B 2007 The outcome of short term psychodynamic art therapy compared to short term psychodynamic verbal therapy for depressed women Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Vol 21 No 3 250 264 Egberg Thyme K Sundin E C Wiberg B Öster I Åström S Lindh J 2009 Individual brief art therapy can be helpful for women with breast cancer A randomised controlled clinical study Palliative and supportive Care 7 87 95 Öster I Svensk A C Magnusson E Thyme K Sjödin M Åström S and Lindh J 2006 Art therapy improves coping resources A randomized controlled study among women with breast cancer Palliative and Supportive Care 2006 4 57 64 Öster I Magnusson E Egberg Thyme K Lindh

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  • 34 1 67 84 Example edited books Dokter D Jones P eds 2008 Supervision in Dramatherapy London Routledge Dokter D Holloway P and Seebohm H eds 2011 Dramatherapy and Destructiveness Playing with Thanatos whilst developing the evidence base London Routledge Publsishers Ongoing research projects in arts therapies 2010 Vignette research dramatherapy and children Ditty Dokter with Phil Jones reader childhood studies Leeds University Numerous projects are underway collaborative project on music therapy and dementia with Methodist Homes for the Aged Helen Odell Miller randomised controlled trial with children and adolescents with mental health problems in N Ireland Lottery Fund Amelia Oldfield is acting as consultant Essex Palliative Care Project auditing music therapy satisfaction survey links between psychotherapy training and music therapy practice Helen Loth and Eleanor Richards We have an established collaboration with nine music therapy research departments and their universities in Europe Australia and USA Research Collaboration Anglia Ruskin University is interested in research collaboration with ECArTE members with particular interest in intercultural practice trauma PTSD teacher education and therapy skills Professional Association British Association of Dramatherapists Web address www badth org uk Students are obliged to register with the relevant professional association in order to practise as an arts therapist Professional Body or Ministry Health and Care Professions Council HPC has approved both the Dramatherapy MA Code of Ethics Health and Care Professions Council s code of ethics applies to this programme Contact details Contact person Ditty Dokter Pathwayleader MA Dramatherapy Postal address Anglia Ruskin University Dept of Music and Performing Arts Helmore 073 East rd Cambridge CB1 1 PT Telephone number 0845 271 3333 ext 5088 Email address ditty dokter anglia ac uk University website www anglia ac uk Anglia Ruskin University Cambridge Course title MA Music Therapy Duration Two years full time Entry requirements a degree in music or a degree but with a high standard of musicianship and high standard of flexible musicianship demonstrated by grade 8 or equivalent and preferably one other instrument voice and at least one harmonic instrument and relevant clinical experience with adults and children relevant motivation maturity and ability to reflect on self in relation to others for non native speakers of English an IELTS score of 6 5 at entry reaching 7 by the end of training Course Philosophy and Main Theoretical Approaches This two year full time course approved by the Health Professions Council in the UK aims to introduce a variety of approaches with the emphasis on suitability of application in individual and group therapy to particular client problems Assessment and evaluation of practice and an emphasis on developmental and psychodynamic psychoanalytically informed approaches are central Music is used improvisationally created and adjusted in interaction with the client s The therapeutic relationship and a psychodynamic understanding of that relationship connect past and present in the client s life A mother and baby toddler observation teaches about the role of developmental play in attachment The impact of diversity on the therapeutic relationship and different cultural understandings around relationship

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  • of The Sesame approach addressing dramatherapy strategies through four paradigmatic areas of enquiry drama myth Laban movement and movement with touch Therapy and Psychology This unit introduces two different strands of theoretical underpinning to the Sesame approach The first addresses the work of C G Jung and the development of analytical psychology and considers how such work relates to dramatherapy practice The second strand addresses human development theory Term two Performing research This unit introduces various procedures concerning research into a specialist area of study Apprenticeship Placement 1 Work with a client group in a health social service or educational context as part of a group apprenticeship model Facilitation Practice This unit introduces facilitation of sessions for a peer group in each of four fields drama myth Laban movement and movement with touch Term three Apprenticeship Placement 2 This unit is a second placement according to a group apprenticeship model Term four Independent Placement and Portfolio This unit includes the requisite 82 hours of client contact and a written portfolio of 10 000 words Therapy Requirements It is a requirement of the course that you undertake at least 72 sessions of personal therapy during your period of registration as a student At least 30 sessions need to be individual psychotherapy and at least 30 sessions as a participant in a dramatherapy process group The remaining 12 can be completed either in individual or group therapy A session for individual therapy is considered to be 50 minutes or 1 hour and a session for group dramatherapy is considered to be 2 hours It is your responsibility to arrange and pay for your therapy It is recommended you begin individual Jungian analysis before the start of the course the course monitors the number of sessions for both individual and group therapy Note Only the hours of therapy undertaken whilst registered as a student count towards the due requirement Group Dramatherapy It is a requirement that you participate in at least 30 sessions of group dramatherapy before qualifying as a practitioner The course monitors the number of sessions Your therapist s must be a registered dramatherapist with at least three years post qualifying experience This dramatherapy group aims to enable you to be supported in working creatively and reflectively in an experiential group develop insight into dramatherapy through personal experience and group process Your engagement with the dramatherapy group is not assessed but in order to pass the course you must be able to evidence completion of the requisite number of group sessions Individual psychotherapy It is a requirement that you undertake at least 30 sessions of personal individual therapy during the course The course recommends a Jungian Analyst in line with the theoretical orientation of the training The rationale for individual psychotherapy during the course is to provide you with necessary ongoing support and care allow you the opportunity to work through personal issues that may be triggered as a consequence of the training provide you with a forum to work in

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  • Anglia Ruskin University Central School of Speech and Drama Derby University Goldsmiths University of London Hertfordshire University Queen Margaret University Roehampton University Worcester University PDF VERSION Download a pdf version of the Directory ECArTE Directory 2015 Home Membership Directory University of Derby Derby University of Derby Derby You can find information on the courses using the following links Dance Movement Psychotherapy Course Weblink http www derby ac uk courses postgraduate

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  • children Successful completion confers eligibility to apply for registration with the Health Professions Council Qualification Awarded MA in Art Psychotherapy Language All modules are taught in English Student Exchange Opportunities Goldsmiths College is currently unable to offer any student exchange opportunities with ECArTE member universities The college is able to offer a clinical placement opportunity in Art Therapy for ECArTE member students The likely length of the placement would be a minimum of one term between January and March Current Research Key Publications Brown C 2008 Very Toxic Handle With Care some aspects of the maternal function in art therapy Inscape Vol 13 No 1 June 2008 Gilroy A 2010 Art Therapy Research in Practice Peter Lang forthcoming 2010 The Discourses of Art Therapy Assessment with R Tipple C Brown Routledge forthcoming Plus chapters papers a clinical guideline The Use of Art Works in Art Psychotherapy with People prone to Psychotic States 2007 GoldsmithsCollege also available at http eprints goldsmiths ac uk 444 A recent paper is Taking a long look at art Reflections on the Production and Consumption of Art in Art Therapy 2008 in the International Journal of Art Design Education 27 3 also available at http eprints goldsmiths ac uk 224 Jones K 2008 Exhibition Drawings Territorialisation De Territorialisation and the Countertransference Wilderness and Inner Space conference Keynes Foyer University of Kent Reproductions in Stanton M ed 2008 Wilderness and Inner Space Exhibition Catalogue Kent UKP P12 13 ISBN 1 902671 45 7 Jones K 2008 The Wild in my Art Territorialization De Territorialization Wilderness In Stanton M ed 2008 Wilderness and Inner Space Exhibition Catalogue Kent UKP P24 26 ISBN 1 902671 45 7 Jones K Skaife S 2009 Under the Cobblestones Politics and Possibilities of the Art Therapy Large Group Politics and Psychotherapy International Volume

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  • Philosophy and Main Theoretical Approaches The MA Art Therapy teaches a psychodynamic model of therapy This means the significance of emotion and feeling in the therapeutic relationship and in art is central to the learning experience A primary concept of a psychodynamic way of working is the relationship between the conscious and the unconscious mind the programme considers how this becomes expressed through the process of art making both clinically and theoretically Students are strongly encouraged to continue to develop their artistic identity in relationship to unconscious processes during the training Situated within the School of Creative Arts this programme places emphasis on the visual practice of art making in the context of a psychotherapeutic relationship with a wide range of clients and placement settings The learning experience explores the dialogue between art therapy and other more discursive art forms and image making processes on a theoretical practical and philosophical level Alongside this students benefit from the wider postgraduate research environment and high quality art design workshop spaces such as print making ceramics and digital studios Clinical competence is fostered through clinical placements supervision workshops seminars and lectures Research skills are developed with a particular focus in at least two pieces of written work The University has excellent online and web based resources in regard to art therapy literature and other information sources Course Content The programme s aim is to train art therapists for employment with vulnerable people in the public sector offering a broad theoretical foundation in the key concepts of art therapy theory and research in relation to psychodynamic principles This includes theoretical and practical knowledge understanding and skills relevant to a range of client groups and settings A total of 240 credits delivered across 8 modules The curriculum explores theoretical areas related to psychodynamic principles that inform the art therapeutic relationship The modules consist of Art Therapy Theory and Research Clinical Placement and Supervision and Experiential Art Therapy Training The programme aims to provide an integrated learning experience through lectures seminars experiential workshops and trainings groups clinical placements and supervision Experiential learning is regarded as a pivotal experience with particular emphasis on studio practice where students can make and reflect on their own artistic process in relationship to therapeutic work and contemporary or modern art The University has long established links with clinical placements situated within health voluntary and educational settings with a wide range of clients Research methods that pertain to contemporary art therapy practice and particularly the culture of evidence based practice are included in the theoretical and research modules Insights into current art therapy research and health care agendas are given priority The programme takes a pragmatic view on students professional development and future employment Emphasis is placed on job seeking and entrepreneurship providing skills and knowledge for professional practice Programme staff are experts in the field with extensive experience of art therapy clinical practice academic and research The School also offers a range of pre and post qualification opportunities such as an

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  • the art therapy process The image and its use in understanding group relationships The image and its use in couple family art therapy Dr Jane Burns Lecturer Alzheimer s and Dementia Autism Older People Sheena McGregor Lecturer Children Adolescents and Families Children with Chronic conditions Fostered and Adopted Children Adrienne McDermid Thomas Lecturer Art Psychotherapy and the Recovery model Art Psychotherapy with violent offenders Group dynamics in Art Psychotherapy for forensic mental health service users Katrina Millhagen Lecturer Inter subjective framework for art psychotherapy work Use of Image in Art Psychotherapy the work of Rita Simon Borderline Clients Margaret Hills de Zárate Senior Lecturer Memory and Narrative Political Violence and Refugees Art Based Research Research Collaboration The Art Psychotherapy staff at Queen Margaret University is interested in research collaboration with ECArTE Members with particular interest in Dr Margaret Hills de Zarate Psychosocial interventions in art psychotherapy Latin American social movements political violence refugees displaced populations human rights visual research methodologies dialectics liberation psychology memory and narrative Dr Jane Burns Art therapies art music dance movement and drama and older people in particular older people who have dementia children and young adults on the autistic spectrum Margaret Temple Lecturer Visual research into the life of the image within the art therapy process the image and its use in understanding group relationships couple family art therapy Sheena McGregor Lecturer Children Adolescents and Families Children with Chronic conditions and fostered and Adopted Children Adrienne McDermid Thomas Lecturer Art Psychotherapy and the Recovery model Art Psychotherapy with violent offenders and Group dynamics in Art Psychotherapy for forensic mental health service users Katrina Millhagen Lecturer The Inter subjective framework for art psychotherapy work the work of Rita Simon and working with Borderline Clients Professional Association Name of association British Association of Art Therapists Address 24 27 White Lion Street London N1 9PD Tel 020 7686 4216 Fax 020 7837 7945 Email address info baat org Professional Body or Ministry Students are obliged to register with a professional association in order to practise as an arts therapist The course is approved by Health Professions Council HPC Code of Ethics Health Professions Council Contact details Contact person Dr Margaret Hills de Zárate Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader MSc Art Psychotherapy International Postal address Queen Margaret University Edinburgh Queen Margaret University Drive Musselburgh EH21 6UU UK Telephone number 0044 131 474 0000 University website http www qmu ac uk at default htm Email address mhillsdezarate qmu ac uk Queen Margaret University Edinburgh Course title MSc Music Therapy Nordoff Robbins Duration Two years full time Entry Requirements possession of an undergraduate degree in any subject area satisfactory demonstration of musical ability diversity and openness this should include competence in the playing of a harmonic instrument e g piano guitar or harp and application of a fluent chordal vocabulary proficiency in other instrumental and vocal areas is regarded as advantageous it is recommended that applicants should be able to perform at a Grade 7 or 8 benchmark of a recognised

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