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V. Everybody Hurts: Using Music Therapy for De-Escalating Patients in In-Patient Mental Health
(Event: 2019 AMTA Conference - Innovate! Integrate! Motivate!)

Nov 21, 2019 9:30 am - Nov 21, 2019 12:30 pm
Session Type: Additional Course
Track: .

Description

When a patient is escalating, what do you do? How do you connect to a patient who is in an increased state of arousal? Examine de-escalation and how to use music therapy, as well as the self, to meet the emotional regulatory needs of persons in crisis.  

Objectives:

Participants will identify how their own belief systems both of self and client will effect client interaction.   I.B.1; I.B.3; I.B.4.a-l; I.C.4; I.D.9

Participants will identify 3 different techniques to gain rapport with a patient.  II.A.1.a-g

Participants will identify and develop ability to extemporaneously respond through music to a patient’s behavior and musical self. II.A.2.g-h, o; II.A.4.f; II.A.5.a, o, r


Schedule:

0:00-0:15- Assessment of participants. Introductions. (15)

0:15-0:50 - Theoretical approaches and self-assessment (Obj: Participants will identify how their own belief systems both of self and client will affect client interaction). (35)

0:50-1:00- Break (10)

1:00-1:15- Diagnoses, poly-vagal theory, gaining rapport and music therapy interventions. (Obj: Participants will identify three different techniques to gain rapport with patient) (15)

1:15-1:30- Music therapy and agitation (15)

1:30-1:50- Musical resources and using music in de-escalation (Obj: Participants will identify and develop ability to extemporaneously respond through music to a patient’s behavior and musical self). (20)

1:50-2:00- Break (10)

2:00-2:15- Case studies. (15)

2:15-2:45- Musical resources and practice (Obj: Participants will identify and develop ability to extemporaneously respond through music to a patient’s behavior and musical self) (30)

2:45-3:00- Course Summary/Evals/Post-test for LCAT attendees (15)


  

 
 


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