Music Therapy and Kids10 Big Ideas for Little People
A collaboration between the Music Therapy Association of BC
Vancouver International Song Institute
With gratitude to our sponsors for their generous support and donation of many instruments for our raffle!
Music Therapists share 10 golden Music Therapy interventions in short interactive presentations. Speed Sharing for Music Therapists, Educators and Parents who need ideas now!
In partnership with VISI, the third annual Music Therapy Symposium for Children and Youth was held Saturday, June 4, 2011 at the Roy Barnett Recital Hall at UBC. Eight music therapists from Victoria, Edmonton, Kamloops, Pender Island and the Lower Mainland presented their “golden” intervention and a therapeutic song to fifty participants. Beautiful raffle prizes went home with eight lucky winners, and Music Therapy Suite was on hand with musical instruments and relevant books
MTABC acknowledges the Symposium planning committee: Esther Thane, Katherine Deane, Sheila Lee and Susan Summers. In addition, thanks to Sheila Harry, our videographer, and the many volunteers, presenters, and supporters of the Symposium day. Many thanks to VISI’s production manager, Kemuel Wong, and Artistic Director, Rena Sharon for their generous support.
Stay tuned for the third annual MTABC Symposium June, 2013!
Contact: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604.924.0046
Comments from participants at the 2011 Music therapy symposium:
Audience involvement in the presentation was fun. Various suggestions of therapies that suits different kids.
Sunny Byun, VISI student
It was refreshing to learn something from my specific area.
Enjoyed the variety of presenters and range of ideas. Wonderful selection of presentation topics. Really enjoyed the incredible number of ideas.
I was totally blown away by how effective it could be with kids. I never thought of adapting GIM with kids!
Sheila Harry, music therapist
Each presentation gave me valuable insights for upcoming practicum and any further improvement as a therapist.
Kaori Hiyama, music therapy student
I loved the enthusiasm and fun that the presenters projected about their work.
Marnie Brechin, music therapist