MIND at the Australian Music Therapy Association Conference 2020

We are excited to have a strong presence at this year’s AMTA National Conference.

Tanya Silveira is the Conference Convenor, and we are contributing the following presentations:

  • Paper: Reflections on adapting and creating in online music therapy spaces during COVID19 – perspectives from two music therapists and NDIS participants in an online music therapy group
    Zara Thompson & Lauren Khalil-Salib
  • Paper: Responsive research design: A collaborative reflection on listening to and learning from people with lived experience of dementia, their families and supporters
    Phoebe Stretton-Smith, Zara Thompson & Kate McMahon 
  • Roundtable: Keeping people connected during a pandemic: Music therapy research and practice goes online
    Professor Felicity Baker, Dr Jeanette Tamplin, Dr Imogen Clark, Dr Libby Flynn, Kate Teggelove, Zara Thompson, Hayley Miller & Kate McMahon

    • Paper 1: Music Therapy Telehealth practices in Australia
    • Paper 2: Redesigning the Homeside family carer training to be delivered online
    • Paper 3: Therapeutic Choirs in the virtual world
  • Panel: Advocating for systemic change: diverse perspectives on the NEED for music therapy in neurorehabilitation
    Tanya Marie Silveira (Moderator), Dr Jeanette Tamplin, Marissa Mellick, Steven Giannakopoulos, Dr Anuka Parapuram & Anna Barlow