Race in My Face: Uncovering Cultural Dynamics within Music Therapy Practice

Race in My Face: Uncovering Cultural Dynamics within Music Therapy Practice

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Fri, Oct 25 – 1pm

BKCM Music Therapy presents a five hour intensive workshop as part of its Continuing Music Therapy Education (CMTE) program. This workshop is open to all creative arts therapists and is free for BKCM Music Therapy faculty.

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BKCM Music Therapy presents a five hour intensive workshop as part of its Continuing Music Therapy Education (CMTE) program.

This five hour CMTE will explore racially responsive clinical practice through experientials and group discussions. The facilitators will call participants to explore their own sociocultural identity and consider how aspects of race, ethnicity, language and culture intersect at the individual and collective-societal levels, creating advantages and disadvantages across these complex dimensions. These themes will be explored as they manifest within supervisory, professional, and therapeutic relationships within the field of music therapy.

Presenters 

Gabriela Asch-Ortiz, MS, LCAT, MT-BC, is a Nordoff-Robbins and Vocal Psychotherapy trained music therapist and licensed creative arts therapist focusing on work with infants, children, adolescents and families with a broad range of life-threatening medical, traumatic, and surgical conditions. Gabriela facilitates individual, group and family-centered music therapy services using a range of techniques that include both receptive and interactive uses of music and sound. In addition, Gabriela actively serves as a clinical music therapy researcher. Gabriela has also served as adjunct professor for undergraduate music therapy majors, and has presented at national and international conferences on music-centered music therapy, ecological perspectives and cultural responsiveness. Gabriela serves on the Cultural Humility, Accessibility, Diversity and Inclusion (CHADI) committee and Clinical Practice Networking Committee for the Mid-Atlantic region of AMTA. Gabriela is also currently pursuing her PhD in music therapy at Temple University.

Jasmine Edwards, MA, LCAT, MT-BC is a NICU and Vocal Psychotherapy trained music therapist and licensed creative arts therapist currently working with premature infants and their families within a medical music psychotherapy model at the Louis Armstrong Center for Music and Medicine at the Mount Sinai Health System. Jasmine currently serves as the co-chair on the Cultural Humility, Accessibility, Diversity, and Inclusion (CHADI) committee for the AMTA Mid-Atlantic Region. Jasmine is also currently serving as an adjunct professors within the music therapy department at Howard University.

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Creative Arts Therapists, BKCM Music Therapy Faculty