Oral: 22 Factors influencing research questions and associated methods in music therapy research
Michael J Silverman1 and Katrina S. Mcferran2 
1Music Therapy, University Of Minnesota, Minneapolis 2Music, University Of Melbourne, Melbourne 

Roundtable: 23 International Perspectives on Recovery-Oriented Music Therapy Approaches and Research in Mental Health Settings: A Roundtable Discussion
Michael J Silverman1, Jennifer Bibb2, Catherine Carr3, Laurien Hakvoort4, Cherry Hense2, Randi Rolvsjord5, Hans Petter Solli6 and Triona Mccaffrey7
1University Of Minnesota 
2University Of Melbourne 3Queen Mary University Of London 4Artez University Of The Arts, Enschede 5University Of Bergen 6Lovisenberg Diakonale Hospital; The Norwegian Academy Of Music 7University Of Limerick


Workshop: 28 Safe and Sound: Music Psychotherapy in Trauma Recovery
Brian Timothy Harris, Ph.D, MT-BC, LCAT1 1Music Therapy, New York University, Brooklyn

Oral: 30 Embodied Creative Arts Therapy Interventions with Trauma: A Qualitative Study
Brian Timothy Harris, Ph.D, MT-BC, LCAT1 1Music Therapy, New York University, Brooklyn

Oral: 38 Trauma informed care and music therapy for children and youth at risk – Theory, Research and Case examples
Viggo Krüger1 1Grieg Academy, GAMUT, Bergen

Workshop: 39  How do we use our words in music therapy? – Dialogic approach as a verbalizing tool
Kirsi Tuomi1 and Päivi Jordan-Kilkki2 1Palvelukeskus Luovat Tuulet, University Of Jyväskylä, Hämeenlinna  2Dialogic Oy, University Of Art / Sibelius Academy, Kerava

Oral: 40 Nurture and play for foster families – a mentalization based group intervention
Kirsi Tuomi1 1Palvelukeskus Luovat Tuulet, University Of Jyväskylä, Hämeenlinna

Oral: 41 The (Un)Settled Space of Music Practitioners in the Finnish Healthcare System
Taru-Anneli Koivisto1 1Sibelius Academy, Artsequal Research Consortium, The University Of The Arts Helsinki, Helsinki

Oral: 43 Family-centred music therapy during painful procedures in neonatal care.
Alexandra Ullsten1, Mats Eriksson2, Maria Klässbo3 and Ulrik Volgsten4
1Department Of Musicology, Örebro University, Örebro, Sweden, Centre For Clinical Research, Värmland County Council, Karlstad, Sweden. 2Faculty Of Medicine And Health, Örebro University, Örebro, Sweden.
3Centre For Clinical Research, Värmland County Council, Karlstad, Sweden 4Department Of Musicology, Örebro University, Örebro, Sweden

Oral: 44 The Holy Grail? How the Assessment of Parent-Child Interactions creates clinical and economic effectiveness within arts therapies delivery
Rachel Swanick1 and Daniel Thomas1 1Chroma, Ross On Wye

Symposium: 45 Breaking Taboos – Let’s Talk About (our) Mistakes in Music Therapy
Avi Gilboa1, Daniel Thomas2, Laurien Hakvoort3, Brian T Harris4, Michelle Low5 and Tania Balil6 1Bar-Ilan University, Tel Aviv 2Chroma, Ross On Wye 3Artez University Of The Arts, Enschede 4New York University, New York 5 Singapore General Hospital, Singapore 6Queensland University, Brisbane

Oral : 49 The Heart Says No
Elizabeth Coombes1 1Psychology and Therapeutic Studies, University of South Wales, Newport

Symposium: 53 Making Assessment Central to Music Therapy Practice Worldwide – Presenting The International Music Therapy Assessment Consortium (IMTAC)
Daniel Thomas1, Eric Waldon2, Esa Ala-Ruona3, Gustavo S Gattino4, John A Carpente5, Sanne Storm4, Stine L Jacobsen4, Thomas Wosch6 and Wendy Magee7 1Chroma, Ross On Wye 2Music Therapy, University Of The Pacific, California, Stockton 3Music Therapy Clinic For Research And Training, University Of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä 4Music Therapy, Aalborg University, Aalborg 5Music Therapy, Molloy College, New York 6Music Therapy, University Of Applied Sciences, Würzburg-Schweinfurt 7Music Therapy, Temple University, Philadelphia

Workshop: 54 “Lost in Translation?” – Combining Heart and Head to Develop Successful Music Therapy Presentations Across Contexts
Daniel Thomas1, Monika Overå2 and Tora S Gaden3 1Chroma, Ross On Wye 2Department Of Paediatrics And Adolescent Medicine, Akershus University Hospital, Oslo 3Department Of Pediatrics And Adolescent Medicine, Akershus University Hospital, Oslo

Workshop: 56 The Clinician’s practice in Forensic Music Therapy: two clinically tested models
Laurien Hakvoort1 and Stella Compton Dickinson2 1Music Therapy, Artez University Of The Arts, Enschede
2Psychotherapy, North & Central London Clinics, London

Oral: 57 The science of relationship: two perspectives on what music therapy offers children on the autism spectrum
Grace A Thompson1 1Music Therapy, The University Of Melbourne, Melbourne

Oral: 58 Recapturing Aesthetic, Emotional, and Social Spaces: Ethnography and Music-therapy in Elderly Disabled Persons’ Homes
Erik Nagel, Ph.D.1 and Gitte Pålsson2 1Indepentent Researcher, Sjöbo 2Ystads Kommun, Music Therapist, Ystad

Oral: 59 The Changing Face of Adolescent Group Work: Beats, Feminisms, and Dynamics
Katrina S Mcferran1 and Alex H Crooke2 1Music Therapy, The University Of Melbourne, Melbourne 2Music Therapy, The University Of Melbourne, Melbourne

Oral: 60 Musical dialogue groups – A tool for increasing tolerance between conflicting groups
Elana Baruch1, Avi Gilboa1 and Ayelet Dassa1 1Music, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan

Oral: 61 Single-Session Improvisational Group Music Therapy in Adult Inpatient Psychiatry: A Pilot Study of the Therapist’s Experience
Yu-Ying Chen1 1Expressive Therapy, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA

Oral: 65 “But I want to talk to you!” Reflections on music therapy methods with highly verbal children with autism.
Cochavit Elefant1 and Grace Thompson2 1School For Creative Arts Therapies, University Of Haifa, Haifa 2Melbourne Conservatory Of Music, University Of Melbourne, Melbourne

Oral: 68 Research: Music Therapy based Mindfulness for Patients with Remitted Depression
Ph.D. Michal Zur Dachoach1 and Prof. Ehud Bodner1 1Music, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan

Oral: 71 Mentalization in improvisational music therapy
Niels Hannibal1 and Gitta Strehlow2 1Institute For Communication And Psychology, Aalborg University, Aalborg 2University Of Music And Theatre Hamburg, Hamburg

Workshop: 73 Communication, contact and collaboration: grounding experiences in physio-music-therapy within psychiatry.
Anna-Karin Kuuse1 and Anna Behn2 1Creative Studies, Umeå University, Music Therapist/Music Teacher/Ph.D.Student, Umeå 2The Clinic Of Psychiatry, Kungälv Hospital, Leg.Physiotherapist, Kungälv

Oral: 74 On your own: Five master students’ experiences of developing their own music therapy practice.
Gisle Fuhr1 1Oslo

Oral: 76 Winnicott, Psychodynamics and Product Branding: re-imaging theoretical concepts to create new opportunities for growth, awareness and access
Daniel Thomas1 and Vicky Abad2 1Chroma, Ross On Wye 2University Of Queensland, Brisbane

Oral: 78 The role of music engagement in sustaining resilient and healthy communities – From epidemiological studies to community music and music therapy practice
Lars Ole Bonde1 1Communication And Psychology, Aalborg University, Aalborg

Oral: 79 Songwriting as a creative health resource after the terror attack on July 22, 2011
Gro Trondalen 1
1Department Of Music Education And Music Therapy, Professor, Norwegian Academy Of Music, Oslo Introduction

This presentation addresses music making as self-care, that is, an active use of songwriting as a creative health resource. Three women composed songs individually as a response to the dark Friday in the Norwegian history. On July 22, 2011, Norway experienced a terror attack carried out by a lone wolf terrorist as a statement of opposition
to the nation’s multicultural politics. The attacks claimed 77 lives.

Oral: 80 Leaving Words Behind
Hugo Jensen1
1Music Therapy, Aalborg University, Copenhagen

Oral: 81 Singing Kangaroo – a collaborative research project between Sweden and Finland with premature infants and their parents in two family-centered neonatal units
Pernilla Hugoson1, Kaisamari Kostilainen2, Friederike Haslbeck3, Louise Eulau4, Eino Partanen5, Gustaf Mårtensson6, Satu Pakarinen7, Kaija Mikkola8, Jaakko Erkkilä9, Vineta Fellman10, Ulrika Ådén11 and Minna Huotilainen12
1University Of Jyväskylä, Finland, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden, Sophiahemmet University, Sweden, Stockholm 2Department Of Psychology And Locopedics, Faculty Of Medicine, Cognitive Brain Research Unit,University Of Helsinki, Finland, Helsinki 3University Hospital, Zurich, Switzerland, Zurich 4Department Of Nursing Science, Sophiahemmet University, Sweden, Stockholm 5 Department Of Psychology And Locopedics, Faculty Of Medicine,Department Of Clinical Medicine, Cognitive Brain Research Unit,University Of Helsinki, Finland,Center Of Functionally Integrative Neuroscience (CFIN),Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark, Helsinki 6Department Of Women’s And Children’s Health, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden, Stockholm 7 Department Of Psychology And Locopedics, Faculty Of Medicine, Cognitive Brain Research Unit, University Of Helsinki, Finland, Helsinki 8 Jorvi Hospital, Helsinki University Central Hospital, Finland, Helsinki 9Department Of Music, Art And Culture Studies, Faculty Of Humanities And Social Sciences, University Of Jyväskylä, Finland, Jyväskylä 10Pediatrics, Department Of Clinical Sciences, Lund,, Lund University, Sweden, Lund 11Department Of Women’s And Children’s Health, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden, Stockholm 12Department Of Psychology And Locopedics, Faculty Of Medicine,Faculty Of Educational Sciences, University Of Helsinki, Finland, Cognitive Brain Research Unit, , University Of Helsinki, Finland, Helsinki

Workshop: 82 How to conduct musical dialogue between conflicting groups
Avi Gilboa1, Shahd Abu-Hamad1 and Monika Tanay1
1Music, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan

Oral: 84 Trauma-focused Group Music and Imagery (GrpMI) with women suffering from Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Gabriella Rudstam1
1The Humanistic Faculty Doctoral Programme Of Music Therapy, Aalborg University, Aalborg

Oral: 85 Music and arts-based psychotherapy for gynecological cancer survivors: A randomized trial
Margareta Wärja, PhD., 1
1Expressive Arts Inc., Stockholm And University College Of South East Norway, Stockholm Background

Workshop: 86 Music as a co-therapist: A taxonomy of music in therapeutic music and imagery work
Margareta Wärja, PhD., 1 and Lars Ole Bonde2
1Expressive Arts Inc., And University College Of Southeast Norway, Stockholm
2Communication And Psychology, Aalborg University, Doctoral School Of The Humanities, Aalborg

Oral: 89 Recruitment barriers in a double-blinded RCT study. Music therapy for negative symptoms in schizophrenia.
Inge Nygaard Pedersen1
1Department Of Communication And Psychology, The Music Therapy Clinic, Aalborg University. Aalborg University Hospital, Psychiatry, Aalborg

Oral: 92 Music therapy interaction patterns of Borderline Personality Disorder Patients compared between Northern Ireland and Germany
Gitta Strehlow1
1Dr. Sc.Mus. University Of Music And Theatre Hamburg, Institute Of Music Therapy, Hamburg Introduction

Oral: 93 Music engagement beyond music therapy: The Music in Everyday Life (MEL) Assessment for Children on the Autism Spectrum
Tali Gottfried1 and Grace Thompson2
1Lecturer Music Therapy, David-Yellin College, Jerusalem 2Senior Lecturer Music Therapy, The University Of Melbourne, Melbourne

Oral: 94 Increasing well-being of parents of children with autism through Music-Oriented Counseling
Tali Gottfried1
1Lecturer Music Therapy, David-Yellin College, Jerusalem

Oral: 97 Slow music therapy: enriching experiences by lingering in the moment
Kjersti Johansson1
1Music Education And Music Therapy Department, Norwegian Academy Of Music, Oslo

Oral: 101 Participation in Amateur Orchestra and Subjective Well-being in Korea: A Perspective from Community Music Therapy
Hyun-Jung Kang1
1Ewha Music Wellness Center, Ewha Womans University, Seoul

Oral: 104 Communicative Musicality – a bridge towards socio-cultural participation of children with CP: Research results and applications for music therapy
Efrat Roginsky1
1Music Therapy (School Of Arts Therapies), Haifa University, Haifa

Oral: 105 “Ensemble”: A model for group music therapy for developing social skills of preschool children
Raisa Blanky-Voronov1 and Avi Gilboa1 1Music, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan

Oral: 108 Maximum Output – Minimal Interaction — Enabling creative music sessions for severely impaired children
Lars Oestreicher1 and Cajsa Litzell Skogholt2
1Department Of Information Technology, Vi2, Uppsala University, Uppsala
2N/A, Årsta Special Primary Training School, Uppsala

Oral: 109 A model for interaction partners in music therapy together with individuals with profound intellectual disabilities (PID)
Linn Johnels1
1Eldorado, Activity, Education & Culture, City Of Gothenburg, Gothenburg

Oral: 111 Development of Vocal Communication in Children with Autism ​Spectrum ​Disorder during Improvisational Music Therapy
Maayan Salomon-Gimmon1 and Cochavit Elefant1
1School Of Creative Arts Therapies, University Of Haifa, Haifa

Workshop: 113 Voice work and body drumming – a multicultural workshop
Maayan Salomon-Gimmon1
1School Of Creative Arts Therapies, University Of Haifa, Haifa

Workshop: 114 Music therapy with newly arrived immigrant children and youths in school
Hillevi Torell1 and Martin Svensson1 1Uppsala Kommun, Uppsala

Oral: 116 On improvisation as dreaming and the therapist’s authentic use of self in music therapy
Martin Lawes1
1Integrative Guided Imagery And Music (GIM) Training Programme, London

Oral: 118 Neglected instruments in music therapy?
Nomi Lemberger1, Adva Mitchell1, Elisheva Pick1 and Avi Gilboa1 1Music Therapy, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan

Workshop: 120 Experiences and activities from Music for Young Asylum Seekers (MUA)
Sofie Mortvedt1 and Gisle Fuhr1

Anna Menén-Sánchez1 and Laila Motty2
1Neurologic Music Therapy, Chroma Therapies, London
2Occupational Therapy, Private Hospital, London

Oral: 123 MusTCare: Participatory implementation of music therapy in community mental health care.
Hans Petter Solli1
1Music Therapy, Norwegian Academy Of Music; Lovisenberg Diakonale Hospital, Oslo

Workshop: 124 Neurologic Music Therapy with Schizophrenic Forensic Patients – Heart Work for the Brains –
Gerben G.H.J.W. Roefs1
1Creative Therapy, University Of Applied Sciences, Utrecht

Roundtable: 130 Perspectives on Humanistic Music Therapy
Brian Abrams1, Gary Ansdell2, Susan Hadley3, Meghan Hinman4, Blythe Lagasse5, Kimberly Sena Moore6, Brynjulf Stige7, Natasha Thomas8 and Michael Viega9
1John J. Cali School Of Music, Montclair State University, Montclair 2Nordoff Robbins Centre — London, London 3Music, Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania 4Private Practice, Denver, Colorado 5College Of Liberal Arts, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado 6Frost School Of Music, University Of Miami, Miami, Florida 7The Grieg Academy, University Of Bergen, Bergen 8Music, Loyola University, New Orleans, Louisiana 9Music, State University Of New York At New Paltz, New Paltz, New York

Oral: 134 The Inclusion Process of Pupils with Disabilities into a Regular School using musical Games

Oral: 137 Perspectives on relational music therapy with adolescents in child welfare services
Christine Wilhelmsen1 and Gisle Fuhr2
1Aleris/Kom Nærmere/The Municipality Of Oslo, Oslo 2Kom Nærmere/The Municipality Of Oslo, Oslo

Oral: 138 To find the tone. A project describing and presenting different musical approaches to dementia
Tone K.S. Kvamme1
1Section For Music Education And Music Therapy, The Norwegian Academy Of Music, Oslo

Oral: 139 Making mistakes and making them right. From goof to intersubjectivity.
Ingeborg Nebelung1
1CREMAH, Center For Research In Music And Health, Norwegian Academy Of Music, Oslo Introduction:

Oral: 140 Psychodynamic Music Psychotherapy as a Rehabilitation from Childhood to Adolescence: Clinical and Research Perspectives
Sami Alanne1
1University Of The Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy, Helsinki

Oral: 141 When music therapy sets the premises
Ingeborg Nebelung1
1CREMAH – Center For Research In Music And Health, Norwegian Academy Of Music, Oslo Background:

Oral: 142 Music therapy affects Health Related Quality of Life in children undergoing HSCT; a randomized clinical study
Lena Uggla1, Björn Wrangsjö2 and Britt Gustafsson3
1Dept Of Clinical Science, Intervention And Technology, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm 2Samklang Konsult, Stockholm 3Dept Of Clinical Science, Intervention And Technology, CLINTEC, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm

Workshop: 143 Therapeutic Music Listening – A new clinical method in Music therapy
Ingvild Stene1
1Norwegian Academy Of Music, Oslo

Oral: 146 Music therapy’s effectiveness for preterm infants and their parents: a cluster-randomized controlled trial
Dana Yakobson1
1Music Therapy, Doctoral Program, Aalborg University, Aalborg

Oral: 147 Institutional logics and Music Therapy
Ingelill Eide1
1CREMAH – Center For Research In Music And Health, Norwegian Academy Of Music, Oslo This paper explores what insights an institutional logics perspective can provide music therapy.

Oral: 154 Music Therapy work group for Burnout Syndrome prevention: a pilot study.
Luca Fabio Bertolli1, Barbara De Giovannini2, Stefano Navone2 and Veronica Zatti2 1Psicologia E Ricerca, Psicologia E Ricerca, Latisana (Udine)
2Music Therapy, In Arte Salus, Schio (Vicenza)

Oral: 155 Music as participation! A public health perspective on music therapy
Karette Stensæth1
1Dep. Of Music Education And Music Therapy, Norwegian Academy Of Music, Oslo

Oral: 156 What is missing in the literature on music therapy in educational settings?
Li-Ching Wang1, Owen Coggins1, Katie Ross Sanfilippo1 and Neta Spiro1 1Research Department, Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy, London

Oral: 158 Music therapy festival 1-2-3 – an example of music therapy practice in the mental health field
Øystein Lydvo1 and Lars Tuastad2 1Helse Bergen, Bjørgvin DPS, Bergen
2Uib/Helse Bergen, Grieg Academy/Bjørgvin DPS, Bergen

Oral: 159 From care to cure: a Music Therapy study in patients with acute psychiatric disorders inside General Hospital Unit
Chiara Di Corato1, Stefano Navone1, Matteo Fabbri1, Katarina Faggionato2 and Marta Caprin2 1Research, Inartesalus Music Therapy Association, Schio
2Psychiatric Unit, San Bortolo Hospital, Vicenza

Oral: 160 Music and pain: Experiences from a pilot research project at the Children´s Hospital of Haukeland University Hospital
Merethe Wolf Loindvall1 1Children´s Hospital, Haukeland University Hospital, Bergen

Oral: 161 Autistic echolalia as seen by people from both sides of the phenomenon: people on the spectrum and music therapists
Maya K Marom1, Avi Gilboa1 and Ehud Bodner2 1Music, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan  2Music, Interdisciplinary Department Of Social Sciences, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan

Oral: 162 Finding compassion during Individual Receptive Music Therapy: A case example from a person suffering from stress-related depression
Jens Anderson-Ingstrup1 1Aalborg University, Doctoral Programme Of Music Therapy, Aalborg

Oral: 163 Literature Review discussing the Impact of Music Therapy on Persons with Developmental Disabilities from the Perspective of ICF
Hanna Hakomäki1 and Päivi Saukko2 1Child Psychiatry, Helsinki University Hospital, Helsinki 2Therapy Centre Terapeija, Espoo

Oral: 164 Music therapy across the Atlantic: working with paediatric oncology patients in a public hospital in Lima, Peru
Sarah Elizabeth Helander1 and Erik Baumann2 1Aalborg University, Aalborg 2Musicoterapia Peru, Lima

Oral: 165 Music Therapy for emotional resilience and good mental health in mainstream primary school pupils
Bethan K Lee Shrubsole1 1Music Therapy, Cambridgeshire Music, Cambridge Introduction

Oral: 166 Music for Affect Regulation: Music Listening in Group Receptive Music Therapy in the Treatment of Depression.
Meertine M.J. Laansma, Mmth1 and P.M. Judith Haffmans, Phd2 1Affective Disorders, Psyq Psycho-Medical Programmes, The Hague 2Affective Disorders, Psyq, Psycho Medical Programmes, The Hague

Dr Stella J Compton Dickinson1, Dr Stephen Kellett2 and Dr Jo Hall3 1Fellow And Member Of The Institute Of Mental Health, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, Nottingham 2Clinical Psychology, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Sheffield University, Sheffield 3Clinical Psychology Unit, Clinical And Health Psychologist, Sheffield University, Sheffield

Oral: 173 Generalization in Studies on Music Therapy, ABA and TEACCH: a literature review
Sylvia Ingeborg Haering1
1Dipartimento Di Scienze Della Formazione (Educational Sciences), University Roma Tre, Rome

Oral: 174 WHAT’S APP? Can an app be helpful in improving quality of life and coping in everyday life for home-dwelling elderly people after hospitalization?
Solgunn E Knardal1, Minna Hynninen1 and Frode Wikne1 1Olaviken Gerontopsychiatric Hospital , Askøy

Oral: 175 Did you know that chorea means “to dance”? Music Therapy for patients with Huntington’s Disease
Sunniva Ulstein Kayser1
1Neuropsychiatric Department For Huntington’s Disease, NSK Olaviken Gerontopsychiatric Hospital, Askøy

Workshop: 176 Musical meetings without words – A workshop in music therapy with clients with profound intellectual disabilities
Linn Johnels1 and Lovisa Samuelsson1 1Eldorado, Activity, Education & Culture, City Of Gothenburg, Gothenburg


Oral: 178 Music therapy for people with substance use disorders: Preliminary findings from a Cochrane Systematic Review
Claire Ghetti1, Xi-Jing Chen2, Jörg Fachner3, Laurien Hakvoort4 and Christian Gold5 1University Of Bergen, Grieg Academy Music Therapy Research Centre, Grieg Academy – Department Of Music, Bergen 2CAS Key Laboratory Of Mental Health, Institute Of Psychology, Chinese Academy Of Science, Beijing

3Music And Performing Arts, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge 4Music Therapy’, Artez University Of The Arts, Enschede 5GAMUT – Uni Research Health, Uni Research, Bergen


Oral: 179 Evaluating the feasibility of LongSTEP, “Longitudinal study of music therapy’s effectiveness for premature infants and their caregivers”
Claire Ghetti1 and Christian Gold2 1Grieg Academy Music Therapy Research Centre, University Of Bergen, Bergen 2GAMUT, Uni Research Health, Uni Research, Bergen


Oral: 180 Refugee children’s perspectives on participating in Community Music Therapy. A qualitative interview study
Kaja Elise Aaslid Enge1 1Department Of Culture/GAMUT, Volda University College/University Of Bergen, Volda

Roundtable: 181 The Push and Pull of Conducting Multi-site Behavioral Intervention Controlled Trials
Sheri L. Robb1, Joan E. Haase1, Debra S. Burns2, Amanda K. Henley1, Katherine Myers-Coffman3 and David C. Delgado4 1School Of Nursing, Indiana University, Indianapolis
2Music And Arts Technology, School Of Engineering And Technology @ IUPUI, Indianapolis
3Creative Arts Therapies, Drexel University, Philadelphia
4Pediatrics, Division Of Hematology Oncology, Riley Children’s Hospital @ Indiana University Health, Indianapolis


Workshop: 183 Songwriting in Group Music Therapy
Henrik Karlsson1 1Department Of Music, Howard University, Washington DC

Workshop: 184 Empowering and self-soothing with body- and voicework; music therapy with pregnant women suffering from anxiety and depression
Sanne Storm1
1Psychiatric Center, The National Hospital, Tórshavn


Oral: 186 The human voice and body movement as neuroaffective stimulation; – primary instruments for empowerment and self- soothing
Sanne Storm1
1Psychiatric Center, The National Hospital, Faroe Islands, MA And Phd In Music Therapy From Aalborg University. Coordinator Of A Perinatal Intersectorial And Interdisciplinary Team In Health Care And Psychiatry On The Faroe Islands, And Doing Clinical Research At Psychiatric Center, The National Hospital, Faroe, Tórshavn, Faroe Islands


Oral: 187 Combining Music Therapy and Technology: Interactive Musical Sonification for Balance Training
Dominik Fuchs1, Martin Knauer1 and Petra Friedrich1 1University Of Applied Sciences Kempten, Kempten Background


Oral: 189 Inclusive music therapy: Examples for young adults
Melody Schwantes1
1Hayes School Of Music, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

Oral: 190 Creating Musical Life Stories with Elderly People
Nomi Levy1, Avi Gilboa1 and Ehud Bodner1

1Music Department, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan

Oral: 191 
Utilizing Mixed Methods Research in Mechanistic Studies to Explore How Music Therapy Interventions Work
Joke Bradt1 and Katherine Myers-Coffman1

1Creative Arts Therapies, Drexel University, Philadelphia

Oral: 192 To seize the moment: Analyzing meaningful moments of connection in music therapy
Liron Lapidot1

1Music Therapy, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan


Symposium: 193 International perspectives on music therapy in child and adolescent welfare
Philippa Derrington1, Rebecca E Fairchild2, Stine L Jacobsen3, Viggo Krüger4 and Michael L Zanders5 1Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh 2University Of Melbourne, Melbourne

3Aalborg University, Aalborg 4GAMUT, University Of Bergen, Bergen 5Texas Woman’s University, Denton


Oral: 195 Being together in humour and improvisation
Nicky Haire1

1Edinburgh College Of Art, Reid School Of Music, University Of Edinburgh, Edinburgh

Oral: 197 Persons with dementia “are given a voice” in research about music and singing in everyday rehabilitation
Aase Marie Ottesen1

1Department Of Communication And Psychology, Aalborg University, Knowledge Group In Music Therapy, Aalborg

Oral: 198 Make me feel your love
Melanie Burton1

1Swindon Later Life Therapies, NHS – AWP, Swindon

Roundtable: 199 The interdisciplinary role of the music therapist within social service, mental health and psychiatry.
Sofie Buchhave1, Karina Erland Jensen2, Maja Frommelt3 and Rikke Hoff4 1Psychiatric Center, The National Hospital & Almannaverkið (Social Service), Tórshavn 2BOAS, Den Sociale Udviklingsfond, Taastrup 3Stjernevang, KABS, Valby/Copenhagen 4Psykiatrisk Center Amager, Region Hovedstadens Psykiatri, Copenhagen S


Oral: 201 An action research project with a neurodiverse family: Song cards, collaborative field notes and troll dolls
Maren Metell1 1Nordoff Robbins/The Grieg Academy, University Of Bergen, London/Bergen

Workshop: 202 Multi-modal approach in Music-Centred Supervision

Nechama Yehuda1 and Miriam Druks2

1Music Therapy, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan

2Music Therapy, Levinsky College Of Education, Tel-Aviv

Oral: 206 Physiological variations to the application of Sound and Music in healthy musicians and non-musicians, and ischemic stroke patients from Casa Baubo Model. L&S. Applied Scientific Music Therapy
Montserrat López Merino1, Luisa Fernández Clavero2, Alejandro Marco Costa López3, Marta Pérez Álvarez4 and Susana Arias5
1Scientific Researcher In Music Therapy, Music Therapist, Supervisor (EMTC-Supervisor) – Supervisor Of This Study, AGAMUS, Galician Association Of Music Therapy, President; EMTC-Supervisor; WFMT Member; AMI Member; CASA BAUBO. School Of Music And Music Therapy-Master In Music Therapy Of Galicia, Director; APM, Association Of Music Therapy Professionals (Spain), President, Santiago De Compostela; Member of the AGSM-AEN Galician Association of Mental Health & Spanish Association of Neuropsychiatry.2Student Of Medicine, University Of Santiago De Compostela, Faculty Od Medicine, Santiago De Compostela
3Music Therapist ; AGAMUS, Vice-President ; , AGAMUS, Galician Association Of Music Therapy ; CASA BAUBO School Of Music And Music Therapy – Master In Music Therapy Of Galicia, Santiago De Compostela
4Music Therapist; AGAMUS, Member, AGAMUS, Galician Association Of Music Therapists; CASA BAUBO School Of Music And Music Therapy – Master In Music Therapy Of Galicia, Vigo5Medical Doctor, Clinical University Hospital Of Santiago De Compostela, Santiago De Compostela

Workshop: 208 Musical storytelling: playing with metaphor
Cerrita Smith1 and Katherine Walters2 1Creative Therapies, Coram (London) And NHS (London), London 2Creative Therapies, Coram, London

Oral: 209 Service evaluation in music therapy: Introducing a Nordoff Robbins questionnaire
Giorgos Tsiris1, Neta Spiro2, Owen Coggins3 and Ania Zubala4 1Nordoff Robbins Scotland; Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh 2Centre For Performance Science, Royal College Of Music, London 3Nordoff Robbins England And Wales, London 4University Of The Highlands And Islands; Nordoff Robbins Scotland


Oral: 210 Music and the Armenian Genocide: The Impact of Music on Cultural Trauma and Possibilities for Music Therapy
Dalita P Getzoyan1 1Music Therapy, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA

Oral 211: Possible outcomes of improvisational music therapy with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder on their brain development: Study Protocol

Jinah Kim1, Bung-Nyen Kim2 1Creative Arts Therapy Department, Jeonju University, Jeonju 2Department of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Seoul National University, Seoul

Roundtable: 214 The role of music therapists in interdisciplinary competence development in dementia care
Jens Anderson-Ingstrup1, Solgunn Elisabeth Knardal2, Katarina Lindblad3, Aase Marie Ottesen1 and Hanne Mette Ridder1 1Department Of Communication And Psychology, Aalborg University, Aalborg
2NKS Olaviken Alderspsykiatriske Sykehus, Askøy 3Free Lance/Phd At Örebro University, Stockholm

Workshop: 217 The Singing Soul. Voicework in music therapy
Marit Eneström

Hillevi Torell1 and Martin Svensson1 1Uppsala Kommun, Uppsala