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This subject prepares students for the selecting and incorporating a range of music therapy methods in diverse practice contexts. It focuses on deepening learning in the areas of improvisation, song writing, receptive methods and using repertoire. Skill development is focused on a range of musical and therapeutic areas including leading and facilitating song writing, improvising on a range of instruments, and leading groups of people towards performances. Students will also learn to design re-educative music and imagery experiences.
Intended learning outcomes
On completion of this subject, students should have developed skills to:
- lead and facilitate song writing experiences that emphasise music creation and utilise a range of instruments;
- create improvised music on a range of instruments to respond to therapeutic needs;
- utilise music programs for re-educative music and imagery experiences;
- arrange and facilitate live group performances of repertoire using vocal harmonies and multiple instruments.
On completion of this subject students should have:
- The ability to perform confidently in front of an audience;
- The ability to search for popular materials on the internet.
Last updated: 6 December 2019