What’s Inside This Toolbox
- 91 single-sided pages
- 23 digital files for colorful handouts, including songs, articles, book lists
- 12 detailed sessions
- 6 MP3 background tracks and original songs
- 3 workshop session plans
- 1 user-friendly CD
- nuts and bolts
- teen session considerations
- resource lists for expanded knowledge and repertoire
- Using This Toolbox
- Toolbox Nuts and Bolts
- Session Considerations
- Types of Interventions
- Session 1: Introductory Session
- Session 2: Just Girls
- Session 3: Just Guys
- Session 4: Movin’, Groovin’, and Jimi Hendrix
- Session 5: Song Title Mash-Up
- Session 6: Music and Movement
- Session 7: Music for Social Awareness
- Session 8: Sexual Health and Awareness
- Session 9: I Am . . . Not a Stereotype
- Session 10: Substance Abuse
- Session 11: Music-Centered Support Group
- Session 12: You’ve Got a Voice—Use It!
- Three 90-Minute Workshop Session Plans
- Program Development
- Songs for Lyric Analysis
- Additional Resources
References to items on the Board Certification Domains are based on the Practice Analysis Study of 2014. Those registered for the MusicWorx Toolbox course Music Therapy and Adolescent Populations will develop or improve their abilities to help others express themselves through active music-making, writing songs, and by analyzing lyrics. Participants will learn these skills for group settings and individual work.
The MusicWorx Toolbox course Music Therapy and Adolescent Populations addresses these specific competencies in the current Board Certification Domains:
Learning Objective 1
Describe three things that are necessary to helping a teen feel safe in a session.
Learning Objective 2
Create five ideas for appropriate rap / songwriting themes for teens.
Learning Objective 3
Design one music-appreciation session plan based on a self-chosen music icon.
Learning Objective 4
Select five songs for teenagers and create ten questions to help clients process the song.