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Sound Therapy & Neuro-Dramatic-Play

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Engineers House

Clifton Down

Avon

BS8 3NB

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Sound, vibration and rhythm are integral to Neuro-Dramatic-Play and contribute to secure and healthy attachment. In this workshop participants learn both the theory and the application of Sound Therapy with experienced Sound Therapist, Elizabeth Huxtable.

The course includes:

Theory:

  • How sound works as a therapy
  • How does sound therapy differ from music therapy?
  • The science of sound vibration
  • Harmonics and their importance for sound therapy
  • Identifying the difference between calming and activating sounds and when to use them
  • Autonomic nervous system and how sound affects it
  • Sound for newborns and infants

Practical techniques and application:

  • Metal and crystal singing bowls
  • Elfen Harmonics Energy Chimes
  • Tuning forks
  • Voice as a sound therapy tool
  • Therapeutic benefits of playing pentatonic scale instruments (eg: HAPI drum, Freenotes xylophone)

Connections will be made to early play development and the importance of voice and storytelling. We will design programmes for small infants, older children, teenagers and adults. Notes are provided and some instruments and CDs will be available for sale.

Fee
Fee includes all tuition, materials and substantial lunch, morning and afternoon refreshments.


Bursaries
A small number of bursaries are available, please contact Dr Sue Jennings directly at drsue@ndpltd.org

Who should attend?
Play Therapists, Creative Arts Therapists, Teachers, Psychotherapists and all those in the clinical and educational fields.

The course can be credited towards a Diploma in Neuro-Dramatic-Play, more information from: www.playanddramapartnership.org, www.neurodramaticplayltd.com

Elizabeth Huxtable is a Sound Therapist and Research Scientist. Originally a research scientist and educator in Australia, Elizabeth began her journey into complementary therapies 30 years ago. She is a qualified masseuse and Reiki practitioner, with many years of experience using a variety of modalities including energy psychology techniques such as EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) and Emotion Code.

As a musician and singer, Elizabeth developed an interest in how music and sound can be used for healing and energy balancing. This led her to study harmonic overtone singing in Australia. Later, while studying Sound Therapy at the Globe Sound and Consciousness Institute in San Francisco, she tapped into the healing power of her voice and began toning sounds with healing frequencies. She brings these frequencies through her voice during group sound meditation sessions and in private sessions.

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