What’s Inside This Toolbox
- 77 double-sided pages
- 30+ handout examples
- 12 detailed session plans
- 9 additional session plans in Appendix
- music CD by Chelsea Davis
- digital form download (included with CMTEs)
- Session 1: Active Music Making: Introduction to Drumming Community and Team Building
- Session 2: Mandala: The Sacred Wheel
- Session 3: Songwriting: How to Take Control of the Music in Your Life
- Session 4: Using Your Voice as a Tool for Relaxation, Part One
- Session 5: Music-Making: Improvisation
- Session 6: Using Your Voice for Relaxation, Part Two
- Session 7: Music Exercising Emotions: Music to Manage Your Mind, Body and Mood, Part One
- Session 8: Music Exercising Emotions: Music to Manage Your Mind, Body and Mood, Part Two
- Session 9: Drum Circle: Herding Cats, Pulling Donkeys, and Pushing Elephants
- Session 10: Introduction to Technology: The Power of Your Playlist, iPad-ology, and Samsung-ology
- Session 11: The Sound of Healing: Resources
- Session 12: Gratitude and Wellness: Finding Art in Thankfulness, Gratitude in Sound and Words
- Active Music Making
- By Way of Sorrow: Lyric Analysis / Creative Arts
- Hope and Managing Anxiety
- Introduction to Music Therapy: Music to Manage Your Mind, Body, and Mood
- Music-Assisted Movement: Alexander Technique
- Music-Assisted Movement: Self-Massage Techniques
- Music Making Improvisation: I Can Play What…Marimbas, Slit Drums, and Bells?
- Relaxation and Guided Imagery: Conscious Listening – Mind, Body and Spirit
- The Voice of Healing
References to items on the Board Certification Domains are based on the Practice Analysis Study of 2014. Those registered for MusicWorx Toolbox: Music-Centered Wellness in Integrative Medicine Settings will develop or improve their abilities to use music therapeutically in a variety of medical settings, including inpatient facilities, outpatient facilities, and at the bedside.
Music-Centered Wellness in Integrative Medicine Settings addresses these specific competencies in the current Board Certification Domains:
Learning Objective 1
Create an original imagery script to be used during music-centered relaxation exercise.
Learning Objective 2
Understand how creative arts with music are effective for expression with patients and as self-care.
Learning Objective 3
Explain at least three benefits of humming and toning vocal techniques.
Learning Objective 4
Describe three ways to use music for relaxation within an individual / at-home setting.