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Webinar #3: Music Therapy and Music-Based Interventions for Movement
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Tuesday, June 16th - 14:00 - 16:00 EDT
Webinar #3: Music Therapy and Music-Based Interventions for Movement Disorders
SIG leader: Alexander Pantelyat, MD
Assistant Professor of Neurology,
Director, Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine (USA)
This Special Interest Group (SIG) focuses on music therapy and other
music and rhythm-based interventions for movement disorders. There will
be a particular emphasis on published studies in Parkinson disease (PD).
The SIG presents evidence from clinical studies on rhythmic auditory
stimulation, therapeutic music performance, singing and dance for PD,
and other types of neurologic music therapy and music medicine
approaches. The SIG includes multidisciplinary participation from
leaders in the field of neurologic music therapy and researchers on
music and rhythm-based interventions. The expected outcome of this SIG
is the creation of a published white paper summarizing the SIG
presentations and highlighting areas for future work.
Olie Westheimer, MA; Founder of Brooklyn Parkinson Group and co-founder of DanceforPD® (USA)
Elizabeth Stegemoller, MT-BC, PhD; Music Therapist, Associate Professor of Kinesiology (USA)
Alfredo Raglio, MA (Music and Music Therapy), PhD; Music Therapist and Head of Music Therapy Laboratory (Italy)
Brian Harris, MA, MT-BC, NMT/F; Co-Founder and CEO, MedRhythms (USA)
Kerry Devlin, MMT, MT-BC, Neurologic Music Therapist, Clinical Director, Annapolis Music Therapy Services, Adjunct Faculty-Music Education, Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, Adjunct Assistant Professor-Music Therapy, Shenandoah University (USA)
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