On 6th and 7th June 2022, a number of pre-conference events will be offered face-to-face and/or online. Some events are free of charge, but in all cases registration is necessary and there is only a limited number of places available. For details about each event, please see below and follow the links. These events are managed independently, and all enquiries should be addressed to the relevant event organiser.

EMTC Music therapy students meeting

Monday 6th June 2022, 10.00 – 16.00

This will be the first (official) meeting of European music therapy students. It will take place as a hybrid meeting allowing both in-person and online participation. Maximum number of in-person participants: 150 participants

This meeting is organised by the European Music Therapy Confederation (EMTC)

Participation is free but registration is necessary. To register, please fill out our form- https://forms.gle/Ya9smnNgwJfsytRc9

Any enquiries for this meeting should be addressed to:

Dr Gustavo Schulz Gattino, gattino@hum.aau.dk

Tuning Relationships with Music® clinical training: Level One. Orientation and assessment

Monday 6th June 2022, 8.45 – 17.00

Tuning Relationships with Music® clinical training: Level One. Orientation and assessment

Vivienne Colegrove

Online event. Maximum number of participants: 20

This event is organised in collaboration with Chiltern Music Therapy. It is a paid event (£120) and registration is now open- Register Now

All enquiries for this event should be addressed to:

Vivienne Colegrove, vivienne@tuningrelationshipswithmusic.com

Strengthening connections between the Arts Therapies and Arts in Health to maximise a culture of enabling and wellbeing

Monday 6th June 2022, 10:00 – 16.00

Strengthening connections between the Arts Therapies and Arts in Health to maximise a culture of enabling and wellbeing

Participatory event facilitated by NHS Lothian, Tonic Arts and Thrive Edinburgh, and Experts by Experience from NHS Lothian Empowerment Group

Face-to-face event. Maximum number of participants: 50

This event is organised in collaboration with NHS Lothian. It is a free event, but registration is necessary via the following link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/strengthening-connections-between-the-arts-therapies-and-arts-in-health-tickets-182683420027

Event venue: Walpole Hall, 27 Chester Street, Edinburgh EH37EN, Scotland

All enquiries for this event should be addressed to:

Emma Maclean, NHS Lothian, Emma.Maclean@nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk

Kate Pestell, NHS Lothian, kate.pestell@nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk

Music therapy in end-of-life care: Relational and community perspectives

Tuesday 7th June 2022, 9.15 – 16.15

Music therapy in end-of-life care: Relational and community perspectives

Amy Clements-Cortes, John Mondanaro, Wolfgang Schmid & Giorgos Tsiris

Blended event (face-to-face and online). Maximum number of participants: 30

This event is organised in collaboration with St Columba's Hospice Care. This is a paid event (£30), and registration is open via this link: https://stcolumbashospice.org.uk/music-therapy-in-progress-2022-pre-conference-seminar

Event venue: St Columba's Hospice Care, 15 Boswall Road, Edinburgh EH5 3RW, Scotland

All enquiries for this event should be addressed to:

Arts team, St Columba’s Hospice Care, arts@stcolumbashospice.org.uk

Pre-conference activity in progress: Please disturb music therapy in educational settings

Tuesday 7th June 2022, 10.00 – 16.00

Pre-conference activity in progress: Please disturb music therapy in educational settings

Speakers include: Paola Esperson, Marijke Groothuis, Sandra Lutz Hochreutener, Shirley Salmon & Karin Schumacher

Face to face event. Maximum number of participants: 40

This event is organised in collaboration with Harmeny School. It is a free event sponsored by the Scottish Music Therapy Trust.

More information and book your free place  Registration closes 6th May.

Event venue: Harmeny School, Mansfield Road, Balerno, Midlothian, EH14 7JY, Scotland

All enquiries for this event should be addressed to: Anne-Katrin Jordan, anne-katrin.jordan@medicalschool-hamburg.de  or Philippa Derrington pderrington@qmu.ac.uk

Music therapy assessment: Ethical, culturally sensitive and useful

Tuesday 7th June 2022, 14:00 – 17.00

Music therapy assessment: Ethical, culturally sensitive and useful

Members of the International Music Therapy Assessment Consortium (IMTAC) including: Stine Jacobsen, Eric Waldon, Wendy Magee, Thomas Wosch, Jonathan Pool, Gustavo Gattino, Esa Ala-Ruona, Thomas Bergman, Sanne Storm, John Carpente & Daniel Thomas

Online event. Maximum number of participants: 50

This event is organised in collaboration with Chroma. It is a free event, but registration is necessary via this link: https://calendly.com/daniel-1369/imtac-pre-conference-event

All enquiries for this event should be addressed to:

Daniel Thomas, Chroma, daniel@wearechroma.com