9th symposium music therapy at UdK Career College
In the center of this year's symposium music therapy, which takes place on 10 November at the Berlin Career college of the university of the arts Berlin and on which the German music-therapeutic society (DMtG) celebrates its ten-year existence in the context of an anniversary ceremonial act, stands the Interdisziplinaritt music-therapeutischen acting.
With the topic ?with one another, against one another or for one another? the question is pursued, in which way expert inside and experts can act so interdisciplinary with one another that humans - and not the own subject - are located in the center: What do physiotherapists, music teachers, nurses and other experts do differently from music therapists? How can they coordinate their knowledge and professional identities? All lectures of the conference will be held in tandem: one music therapist will discuss different questions together with a colleague from another profession. The discussion on the topic between representatives of the different disciplines is intended to reinforce one's own actions and stimulate new further insights. The conference will be moderated by Prof. Dr. Susanne Bauer, head of the Berlin Master's programme in music therapy, and Prof. Dr. Karin Schumacher, founder and former head of the programme. The host will also be Prof. Dr. Dorothea Muthesius, guest professor in the Master's programme in Music Therapy at the Berlin University of the Arts, who will celebrate the tenth anniversary of the German Music Therapeutic Society and award the Johannes Theodor Eschen Prize to the German Music Therapeutic Society in 2018: Outstanding final theses from the music therapy courses are awarded here. In addition, the neurobiologist Prof. Dr. Gerald Hüther will be honoured with the Katja Loos Medal, which highlights individuals or institutions that have made a special contribution to music therapy but are not themselves active in music therapy. The laudator is Prof. Dr. Isabelle Frohne-Hagemann. Prof. Hüther will then give a lecture on "Music Therapy and Salutogenesis".
location & access
airport Tegel (TXL)
airport Schönefeld (SXF)