An Introduction to Music Therapy in Special Education
Joel Kroeker (RCC, MA, MMT, MTA), a Registered Clinical Counsellor, Music Therapist, Private Practitioner, and the founding international workshop facilitator of Archetypal Music Psychotherapy (AMP), a Jungian-oriented approach to the creative expressive arts, will introduce some of the most effective music therapy interventions for students with a variety of special needs and show how they can be applied by parents, professionals and educators in this experiential and interactive presentation. **Participants are encouraged to bring a musical instrument (no musical background required)**
Tuesday, April 29, 2014, 6:30 – 9:30 PM
The Use of the iPad for Special Needs Students – Part 2
Back by popular demand, Nadine Trottier, Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) for the Burnaby School District, and Brigid Gaster, Elementary Teacher in an alternate program providing support to students with ASD, will discuss using iPads in a meaningful way with special needs students. They will elaborate on some of the apps presented in the Fall 2013 Workshop and will introduce and walk participants through some new and exciting apps that can be implemented at home and at school.
Workshops will be held at the University Women’s Club at Hycroft, 1489 McRae Ave (by 16th and Granville) Vancouver, BC. Parking is available on The Crescent and side streets.