Music therapists’ professional interest centres on moments in clinical improvisation which point to dialogue-based structures and are indicative of progress, in particular changes during therapy.  

In relationship-based music therapy approaches employed in neurorehabilitation, the therapist-patient relationship and joint musical activities are seen as key aspects of the efficacy of music in neurorehabilitation.  

The Josef Ressel Center – Horizons of personalized music therapy in Krems in cooperation with Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge aims to identify significant moments and resonance in the therapeutic interaction between patients and therapists and carries out research into their neural correlates. 

In this conference, the current state of knowledge and scientific enquiry of such moments of interest focusing on therapeutic encounter will be discussed. 

 

09
November
08:30 - 09:00

Registrierung / Registration - Best Practice Day Musiktherapie / Musictherapy

|Trakt G1

Das Programm wird in Kürze veröffentlicht.

09:00 - 09:40

Eröffnung / Opening

|Veranstaltungssaal, Trakt G1
09:40 - 10:20

|Veranstaltungssaal, Trakt G1

Prof. Dr. Jaakko Erkkilä, PhD

University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Oliver Brabant, MA

University of Jyväskylä, Finland

10:20 - 11:00

|Veranstaltungssaal, Trakt G1

Dr. Tommi Himberg

Aalto University School of Science, Finland

Dr. Satinder Gill

University of Cambridge, UK