The contribution of deep ecology to music therapy practice
Are you looking for a more spiritual & ecological approach to your work with clients? Seeking a deeper connection between yourself, your client and the seen and unseen world?
Then you've come to the right place.
This tutorial is a current look at the philosophy of deep ecology and how it can impact your music therapy practice.
Deep ecology is an environmental movement and philosophy which regards human life as just one of many equal components of a global ecosystem.
Join Professor Jane Edwards as she presents current research in deep ecology, its origins in social work theory and its potential in our collective and individual music therapy practice.
Highlighting Carolyn Kenny’s pioneering work in this field of thought Jane explains how we can bring an ecological sensibility to our music therapy practice and create spaces for innovation and change.
Spaces which encourage healing.
Enhance your connection with yourself and your clients by understanding how Kenny's 'Field of play' helps us to be fully human and fully alive to the other and to oneself.
Join us for this beautiful tutorial and learn simple techniques to help you stay spiritually connected to the natural world and bring this connection to your clients.
“Deep ecology is a spiritual gift! It is perfect and harmless. However, when you apply perfect spiritual energy to a mind that has been conditioned to know fear and pain and all kinds of negative things, then the conditioning is exposed and you can let go of it. You can let go of human misery and be a free and natural person. Your human personality can be filled with serenity, joy, health and spiritual wisdom. Deep ecology delivers more of these things than we can possibly promise.” ~ John Croft
Jane Edwards studied at The University of Melbourne becoming a Registered Music Therapist in 1986. Her clinical work has included work with children and families, and people with mental health challenges through the lifespan in a range of contexts. As a researcher she has continually strived to ensure that theoretical perspectives and research outcomes are accessible to practitioners within and beyond music therapy.
After completing her PhD in Paediatrics and Child Health in the Faculty of Medicine at The University of Queensland 2000 she moved to Ireland to lead a new music therapy Master training at the University of Limerick where she was Director of the Music & Health Research Group from 2004-2013.
She has edited 3 books including most recently The Oxford Handbook of Music Therapy, which you can find here https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-oxford-handbook-of-music-therapy-9780198817147?lang=en&cc=de#
To date she has held academic appointments in seven universities in four countries (Australia, Ireland, Germany and the UK). She is currently the Editor-in-Chief for The Arts in Psychotherapy.
Professor Edwards is currently the Associate Dean, Research (Faculty of Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences and Education) at the University of New England.
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Preview1. Introduction, overview and learning outcomes (7:57)
Start2. What is deep ecology? (16:46)
Start3. Deepening ecological perspectives (7:51)
Start4. The field of play: Carolyn Kenny (7:15)
Start5. Bringing an ecological sensibility to your practice (10:57)
Start6. Enhancing capacity in the ecophistic practitioner (8:37)
Start7. Summary & Bonus Content (2:46)
Frequently Asked Questions
For music therapists in the US & Canada this tutorial covers the following CBMT domains.
I REFERRAL, ASSESSMENT, AND TREATMENT PLANNING
D Treatment Planning 8. 10.
II TREATMENT IMPLEMENTATION AND TERMINATION
A Implementation 1. b. e. .f. 2. f.. ak. aw. 3. d. 4. e.
IV PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND RESPONSIBILITIES
A Professional Development 2. 3.