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New AMTA-Pro Podcast Featuring Dr. Kenneth E. Bruscia

January 25, 2012 04:19 PM
Announcing the launch of a new AMTA-Pro Podcast Featuring Dr. Kenneth E. Bruscia's 2011 Sears Lecture

The American Music Therapy Association presented Kenneth E. Bruscia, PhD, MT-BC as the William W. Sears Distinguished Lecture Series Speaker at the annual AMTA conference in Atlanta, Georgia in November, 2011. Dr. Bruscia’s lecture, "Ways of Thinking in Music Therapy," is an analysis of various ways of thinking about the respective roles of music, therapist, and client, and how these roles are configured in different models and styles of music therapy practice. Dr. Bruscia specifically addresses the implications of the question he posed during his lecture: Can we better serve our clients by moving from "one-way" thinking to more "integral" thinking? The latest installment in the AMTA-Pro Podcast Series includes both the audio and video versions of Dr. Bruscia’s lecture as well as a detailed discussion outline. Available as a benefit of current membership in AMTA, simply log into your member account click on the AMTA-Pro link under Quick Links on AMTA's website or enter AMTA-pro from by clicking here.



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