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MA in Music Therapy and HCPC (Health Care Professions Council) approved f/t course, start Sep until June two yrs later. Covers both university work and placements. Some practical experience needed working with people with learning disabilities and/or mental illness, and appropriate motivation and interest in personal/psychological development. 15 places on course.
Dept of Music & Performing Arts, East Rd, Cambridge, CB1 1PT, United Kingdom
13th to 16th April 2019 University of Huddersfield Singing is at the heart of everything we do, and mornings are taken up with Choir and Musicianship classes, delivered by our incredibly talented team of Hungarian and British tutors. The feedback we receive from these sessions is excellent, and people come back year after year to refresh and improve their skills. Musicianship leaves everyone buzzing, and every day someone describes a “life-changing” or “lightbulb” moment.
MA in Music Therapy. 2 yrs f/t pg music therapy course approved by the Health & Care Professions Council. Applicants must normally have had 3 yrs of f/t HE. Applications from mature professional musicians are also welcomed. Some prior basic reading or study of music therapy is advised prior to application. Some experience (paid or voluntary) of working with people is essential. Personal therapy during the programme is compulsory. Individual inst lessons at the Guildhall School are provided.
Silk Street, Barbican, London, EC2Y 8DT, United Kingdom
Situated within the School of Health Sciences, MSc Music Therapy is the only professional training programme for music therapy in Scotland. It is a full-time, two-year programme validated by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). Teaching focuses on the interaction of theory, practice, latest research and experiential learning. The course encompasses psychodynamic, humanistic, developmental and music-centred approaches to music therapy. The training is designed to prepare students to work with people with a wide range of needs.
Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, EH21 6UU, United Kingdom
Master of music therapy (Nordoff Robbins), launched in 2011. Offers a rigorous, contemporary approach combining the quality and heritage of Nordoff Robbins with the creative demands of changing professional contexts and broader accessibility.
2 Lissenden Gardens, London, NW5 1PQ, United Kingdom