"The Guitar Says" ...Utilizing Affect With A Child With Autism Through Clinical Guitar Work
This clinical case study is an examination of the use of affect within a music-centered framework, and its impact on the therapeutic process of a child with autism.
-Mike Kelliher, MT-BC
11th Annual Mid-Atlantic Music Therapy Passages 2014, New Paltz
Join Together with the Band: Working in Songs to Foster Social-Emotional Development with Adolescents with ASD
This presentation will focus on the musical-clinical process of working in songs with young adults with autism spectrum disorder in order to foster relationship, spontaneous expression, creativity, as well as the ability to explore emotions in a reflective manner.
-John Carpente, Ph.D., LCAT, MT-BC
AMTA 2014 Conference, "Pursue Your Passion for Music Therapy" Louisville, Kentucky
Researching Stress in Parents of
Children with Autism
If you are a parent of a child who is diagnosed with A.S.D, and want to participate in this study, you will receive parent support group sessions at no cost. Our research is aimed to determine whether attendance in a parent support group decreases parenting stress.
To register or for more information, contact us:
Dr. Laura Kestemberg & Laura De Gennaro
516.323.3327 or email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
You can download a brochure here
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Dr. John Carpente, Ph.D., MT-BC, LCAT will instruct a two-day IMCAP-ND CMTE Course for professionals at various locations in 2014
Molloy College, Long Island, NY, Aug 1st-2nd.
Radford University, Radford, VA, October 24th-25th.
For more details click here
TRC recognized by iCDL as a dIR/Floortime Center
THIS JUST IN from Jeff Guenzel, CEO of ICDL (home of DIR/Floortime Model- founded by the late great Dr. Stanley Greenspan).
The Rebecca Center for Music Therapy is now recognized as a DIR/Floortime Center, making us ICDL's first EVER recognized music therapy program.
We are honored and privileged to be a part of ICDL's mission/vision and look forward to our continued work of carrying out the legacy of Dr. Greenspan. LET'S REACH EVERY CHILD!
For more information on Stanley Greenspan and DIR/Floortime, Click here.
Dr. Carpente's latest publication, The Individualized Music-Centered Assessment Profile for Neurodevelopmental Disorders (IMCAP-ND®): A Clinical Manual is Now Available for Ordering.
The IMCAP-ND is a developmental relationship-based assessment framework, that focuses on how clients perceive, interpret, and create music with the therapist as the first step in formulating clinical goals and strategies for working with individuals with Neurodevelopmental Disorders.
For more information and to order, Click here.