MUSIC THERAPY PERSPECTIVES: MUSICAL DIALOGUE WITH A PARTNER-(SEMINARIO)
“MUSIC THERAPY PERSPECTIVES: MUSICAL DIALOGUE WITH A PARTNER“
condotto da ELENA FITZTHUM
SABATO 17 FEBBRAIO
dalle 16.30 alle 18.30
presso la struttura di VILLA MIARI
Via Lesina di Sopra, Santorso (VI)
Redazione-For Viennese School of Music Therapy, free improvising with a partner is of significant importance since 1959.First used as a tool to promote emotional expression (1959-1970), it was transferred step by step into a diagnostic instrument. At least, free improvisation creates a space, where encounter is possible. The theoretical background is in communication with Martin Buber´s idea of his philosophy of dialogue, a form of existentialism centered on the distinction between the “I–Thou”- relationship.
To enter a therapeutic relationship, the music therapist needs to train the awareness for himself as well as for his partner. First step to create an intensive partner improvisation means to reduce all musical elements. It starts with the so called “One-Note-Partner-Play”.
This workshop will give an insight into this way of improvising and will train the music therapist´s awareness for what is going on between two dialogue partners; and it builds a bridge to psychotherapy.
Music therapist, psychotherapist (Gestalt) and supervisor. Head of the private institute WIM (Viennese Institute of Music Therapy) as well as co-founder and co-editor of WIM´s book series “Vienneses Conttributions to Music Therapy” (Wiener Beiträge zur Musiktherapie). Lecturer at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna (since 1989) and at the Zurich University of Arts, Switzerland (since 2000).
In her theory classes she focuses on the history of music therapy and the implementation of psychotherapy in music therapy. Austrian delegate in EMTC from 2007 to 2017.
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Il costo totale è di 20 euro