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Pre-Congress Seminars

CMTE Courses

There is the fixed number of attendees for the pre-seminar.
The registration will be closed before a deadline when it becomes full.
Pre-seminar #1, #4, #5, #7 are approved as CMTE courses. See the "CMTE Courses" page for details.

※Time schedule

  1. 1. 1:00PM-2:30PM
  2. 2. 2:45PM-4:15PM
  3. 3. 4:30PM-6:00PM

  Title Attendees
1 50
2 Workshop: Let's Play on Traditional Japanese Drums!
- Basic Skills and Adaptation for Music Therapy Sessions -

Consecutive interpretation(English–Japanese)
70
3 Mindfulness based Music Therapy and Buddhist Meditation
- Dialogue of RMT (Regulative Music Therapy) and ZEN -

Consecutive interpretation(English–Japanese)
100
4 300
5 200
6 Music Therapy Based on Usagawa Theory for Children with Developmental Disabilities
- A Systematic Approach developed in Japan -

Consecutive interpretation(English–Japanese)
100
7
First Sounds: Rhythm, Breath & Lullaby NICU Music Therapy Training
Simultaneous interpretation(English– Japanese)
200
8 Student Seminar
- The Bridge: from Student to Music Therapist -

Consecutive interpretation(English–Japanese)
200
Pre-Congress Seminar 1
It All Begins with the Music
― Developing your Clinical Skills through the Concepts of Neurologic Music Therapy ―
Sarah B. Johnson

Sarah B. Johnson

USA

Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado

Pre-Congress Seminar 2
Workshop: Let's Play on Traditional Japanese Drums!
― Basic Skills and Adaptation for Music Therapy Sessions ―
  • Michiko Kato

    Michiko Kato

    Japan

    Baren-Daiko (Tokyo), Japanese Music Therapy Association

  • Natsuko Yasujima

    Natsuko Yasujima

    Japan

    Baren-Daiko (Tokyo)

Pre-Congress Seminar 3
Mindfulness based Music Therapy and Buddhist Meditation
― Dialogue of RMT (Regulative Music Therapy) and ZEN ―
  • Naoko Moridaira

    Naoko Moridaira

    Japan

    Sagami Women's University

  • Issho Fujita

    Issho Fujita

    Japan

    Soto Zen Buddhism International Center

Pre-Congress Seminar 4
How Music Helps: in music therapy and everyday life
― Exploring the 'how?' of music's help at micro, meso, and macro levels ―
Gary Ansdell

Gary Ansdell

UK

Nordoff Robbins (UK); University of Exeter

Pre-Congress Seminar 5
Music Therapy and Palliative Care for Pediatric Cancer Patients and Their Families
Sheri L. Robb

Sheri L. Robb

USA

Indiana University School of Nursing

Pre-Congress Seminar 6
Music Therapy Based on Usagawa Theory for Children with Developmental Disabilities
― A Systematic Approach developed in Japan ―
Kenji Tsuchino

Kenji Tsuchino

Japan

Nihon University College of Art

Pre-Congress Seminar 7
First Sounds: Rhythm, Breath & Lullaby NICU Music Therapy Training
  • Joanne Loewy

    Joanne Loewy

    USA

    The Louis Armstrong Center for Music and Medicine; Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

  • Ann-Marie Dassler

    Ann-Marie Dassler

    USA

  • Andrew Rossetti

    Andrew Rossetti

    USA

  • Aimee Telsey

    Aimee Telsey

    USA

The Louis Armstrong Center for Music & Medicine, Mount Sinai Health System, NYC

Pre-Congress Seminar 8
Student Seminar
― The Bridge: from Student to Music Therapist ―
  • Amy Clements-Cortes

    Amy Clements-Cortes

    Canada

    Music and Health Research Collaboratory, University of Toronto

  • Katrina Skewes McFerran

    Katrina Skewes McFerran

    Australia

    The University of Melbourne

CMTE Courses