15. octobre 2020 - 9:00 jusqu'à 16:30
Albury, New South Wales, Australia, North Albury
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Rhythm2Recovery Facilitator Training Albury Wodonga NSW | jeudi, 15. octobre 2020

Are you?



- looking for an innovative way of supporting people in need?

- needing a flexible approach that can work with individuals, families

groups?

- wanting a proven method for engaging 'hard to reach' clients

- favouring an evidence based model of practice?

- searching for a fun way for people to manage their feelings &

reduce anxiety?

- attracted to model of practice that provides ongoing support &

resources?



Don’t miss this two day course that provides attendees with the practical tools and skills to introduce music into their practice in order to address the social and emotional challenges faced by their clients or students. No previous music skills are required.



PRICE - 2 Days $595.00, 1 Day Bullying $290

Register Here: http://www.cvent.com/d/dhq3rq



FUN & EMPOWERING

The R2R model is used by counsellors and educators around the

world working in diverse fields including trauma, mental health,

behavioural education, custodial facilities, child protection and refugee integration.



PRACTICAL & ENGAGING

The exercises are fun, engaging and practical and require

no prior musical experience. This work is strongly evidence

based and client focused with an emphasis on

empowerment.



COMPREHENSIVE RESOURCES

It includes over 120 new exercises and rhythm games for both

counselling and education settings and can be adapted for individual, family and larger group work.



DAY ONE – 9am – 4.30pm

THE RHYTHM2RECOVERY MODEL – LINKING THE EVIDENCE OF WHAT WORKS IN THERAPY TO RHYTHMIC ACTIVITIES FOR INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS.

- An introduction to the Rhythm2Recovery model

- Rhythm exercises and strategies to cement the therapeutic

alliance

- Exercises that examine values & boundaries

- Rhythm exercises for fun and focus

- Rhythm exercises for teamwork and healthy relationships

- Rhythmic mindfulness

- Exercises for physical balance

- Teamwork & coordination exercises

- Key Analogies linking the musical exercises to life experiences &

encouraging reflection

- Exercises examining managing change



DAY TWO – 9am – 4.30pm

THE RHYTHM2RECOVERY MODEL – KEY PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE PRACTICE, AND A FLEXIBLE TEMPLATE FOR CLIENT CENTRED, RHYTHM BASED PRACTICE.

- Rhythm exercises for better communication

- Listening exercises

- Exercises for managing adversity

- Exercises promoting responsibility

- Rhythm exercises for the safe expression of feelings

- Rhythmic exercises for identifying feelings

- Emotional regulation exercises

- Grounding exercises

- Rhythm exercises for coordination

- Strategies for effective implementation



FOR FURTHER INFORMATION VISIT https://rhythm2recovery.com/r2r-training-courses/



ABOUT THE DEVELOPER

Simon Faulkner is an experienced therapist, specialising in rhythmic based interventions, who continues to practice in a wide range of clinical settings. He is the author of the multi-award winning Holyoake DRUMBEAT program and its adapted formats, including the computer game DRUMBEAT Quest. Simon authored the book ‘The drum as a healing tool in therapy’ and has contributed to numerous research articles and other publications on the therapeutic application of rhythmic music. He is a sought after presenter at conferences worldwide and maintains a strong passion for advocacy on the part of the marginalised in society.



Please note the Rhythm to Recovery book by JK publishers is the required text - if you haven't ordered one from us you can order through Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Rhythm-Recovery-Practical-Emotional-Development/dp/1785921320