CBR Music Therapy Research SymposiumPosted on: Monday, 17 September 2018
CBR Music Therapy Research Symposium 2018
Saturday10th November 2018
9:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Keynote address: Dr Jeanette Tamplin (University of Melbourne)
Therapeutic singing interventions in neurological populations – current research and clinical applications
Dr Daphne Rickson (Victoria University of Wellington, NZ School of Music – Te Kōkī)
Robin Matthews SLT, Brainwaves Singers, doctoral candidate (University of Auckland)
Alison Talmage RMTh, CeleBRation Choir, doctoral candidate (University of Auckland)
Jordyn Thompson, postgraduate student (University of Auckland)
The symposium will conclude with a round table discussion.
Registration ($40) via Eventbrite only. Registration closes on Wednesday 7 November at 5pm.
A light lunch and morning & afternoon tea are provided.
This symposium is an initiative of the University of Auckland’s Centre for Brain Research and supported by the CBR Knowledge Exchange Fund. Registration is open to anyone with an interest in research and practice focusing on therapeutic singing for people living with a neurological condition, such as stroke, Parkinson’s, brain injury or dementia.
Further info and registrations:
Further inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Music Therapy Week 2018Posted on: Monday, 17 September 2018
Spring into Music Therapy during October this year!
Music Therapy Week 20th – 28th October 2018
Music Therapy New Zealand are thrilled that the Hugo Charitable Trust www.hugocharitabletrust.nz are generously supporting Music Therapy Week this year! We have some very exciting filming projects underway – watch this space!
MThNZ AGM 2018Posted on: Thursday, 26 July 2018
We would like to invite all members to attend the MThNZ 2018 Annual General Meeting
Saturday 1st September 2018
Epsom Community Hall
202 Gillies Ave, Epsom, Auckland
9.30am – Guests arrival
10.00am – AGM
11.30am - Refreshments, Nibbles and Live Music
12.30pm – Speaker: Heather Fletcher - Music Therapy & Allied Health
2.00pm – Finished
Attachment in Clinical PracticePosted on: Monday, 14 May 2018
World Music Therapy Day meme competitionPosted on: Wednesday, 24 January 2018
#WorldMusicTherapyDay meme contest.
Create a meme for WMT’s competition now to promote World Music Therapy Day (on 1st March 2018) and be in for a chance to win a Yamaha EZ 220 Keyboard generously donated by YAMAHA.
17 Aug Half Day Workshop with Diane Austin Theoretical and Vocal Implications of Vocal PsychotherapyPosted on: Thursday, 20 July 2017
Symposium 2017: Finding Your VoicePosted on: Monday, 12 June 2017
Symposium 2017: Finding Your Voice
MThNZ is excited to be bringing you the 2017 Symposium, ”Finding Your Voice”.
This event is being held at Victoria University in Wellington, over the weekend of the 12th and 13th August. See here for the Programme details and here for Presenter Bios and Presentation Abstracts.
Keynote speaker: Dr Diane Austin, Director of the Music Psychotherapy Center in NYC
Major address: Waireti Roesenburg, Wholistic & psychological practitioner
Diane Austin will also be facilitating a two hour experiential workshop, with opportunities to observe and/or participate.
There will be papers on a number of different areas of work, including practice and research. These will cover the fields of neurology, rehabilitation, communication, and
working with children.
The symposium will also host a book launch, the 2017 MThNZ AGM, and a musical performance!
This will be a great opportunity to meet and network with other Music Therapists and colleagues, and to increase your knowledge and understanding of various aspects of music therapy both within New Zealand and internationally.
Registration is through Eventbrite.
2016 Hui and Supervision WorkshopPosted on: Monday, 20 June 2016
2016 AGM and Council electionsPosted on: Monday, 20 June 2016
The MThNZ Council is charged with providing direction for the organisation and setting strategic priorities for the organisation, and a new Council will be elected in August 2016.
All current Music Therapy New Zealand members can nominate, stand, and vote for Council members. Please note nomination forms must be received by 20 July, after which ballot papers for voting will be distributed. The results will be announced at the AGM.
A nomination form is available here.