The Joseph Moreno Three-Day Workshop
Participants in this workshop will have the opportunity to be involved in experiential work on issues that evolve out of the group processes in the areas of music and imagery, music and psychodrama, music and art therapy, music and dance therapy, music improvisation techniques and more. These rich processes are powerful tools in music psychotherapy, and the emphasis will be that of learning through action in ways that will enable the participants to apply what is learned in clinical practice as well as in their personal lives.
Acting Your Inner Music: Music in Psychodrama and Individual and Group Therapy Processes by Prof. Joseph Moreno Date: November 13 -15, 2015 Time: 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
Limber Tree Yoga Studio: 212 N. 29th St. Billings, Montana
Three Day Workshop: $275.00
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About Joseph Moreno
Joseph Moreno is Professor Emeritus of Music Therapy at Maryville University and Director of the Moreno Institute for the Creative Arts Therapies in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. He has long maintained an interdisciplinary approach to his work and is internationally recognized for his creative and groundbreaking work that has served to bring together the disciplines of music and psychodrama in group therapy processes. He has presented workshops in more than 50 countries and has been a sought-after keynote presenter at many international conferences. He is also known for his extensive field research into the indigenous world traditions of music and healing and the connections of these practices to further deepen our understanding of the role of the creative arts therapies in contemporary psychotherapy.