Music Therapy: Principles of Self Care

This Music Therapy course is designed to optimise your health, creativity and overall wellbeing through experimenting with different musical experiences.

109 Students
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Course Highlights

  • Includes 25 lectures and 3 hours of content.
  • Explore a variety of music experiences and discover how music can help you be more relaxed, motivated, creative, and playful.
  • Identify goals for improving your overall wellness through music experiences.
  • Learn core theoretical concepts underpinning professional music therapy work.
  • Explore a variety of music experiences to enhance your personal well-being.
  • Ideal for anyone who wants to learn about music therapy and no musical training or expertise is required to participate.

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Music Therapy: Principles of Self Care

Rachelle Norman
Rachelle Norman, Course Teacher

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Course Facts

Lectures25
LanguageEnglish
Course requirementsThere are no prerequisites for this course
AccessUnlimited

Course Teacher

Rachelle Norman

Music therapist

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In this course, learn from an experienced music therapist while you explore various music experiences, such as intentional listening, exercise, dance, songwriting, creating art, and instrument playing. Discover how deepening your personal relationship with music can benefit your overall health and well-being, by learning the theory and trying the experiences for yourself. No musical training or expertise required!

Rachelle Norman, MA, MT-BC is the founder of Soundscaping Source, a music therapy clinical practice and consulting agency in the United States. Rachelle has her bachelor and master degrees in music therapy and has been in clinical practice as a music therapist since 2004. Rachelle is on the faculty of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, is a frequent presenter at regional and national music therapy conferences, and is in demand as a speaker, consultant, and staff trainer on topics related to music and eldercare.

This course is ideal for anyone who wants to learn about music therapy and how to use it to reduce negative thinking an enhance personal wellbeing. No musical training or expertise is required and you can discover how deepening your personal relationship with music can benefit your overall health and well-being, by learning the theory and trying the experiences for yourself you become more relaxed, motivated, creative, and playful.

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