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Vocal Psychotherapy-Free Associative Singing-Diane Austin

 

 

https://youtu.be/IkJja3RgUHg

 

 

 


Music psychotherapy is the use of music within a client and therapist relationship to promote the client’s emotional, psychological, physical and spiritual growth and healing. This method combines instrumental and vocal improvisation, singing, songwriting, listening to recorded music and talk therapy.

 

 

Vocal Psychotherapy


Vocal Psychotherapy is a new model of music psychotherapy developed by Dr. Diane Austin.
After more than 25 years working as a music psychotherapist in private practice with adolescents and adults, Austin’s clinical practice and research led to the conclusion that the voice is a, if not the, primary instrument, and that singing is one of the most effective ways to build a connection to one’s innermost self and to others.  Vocal Psychotherapy is the use of the breath, natural sounds, vocal improvisation, songs and dialogue within a client and therapist relationship to facilitate intrapsychic and interpersonal change and growth. It combines the ideas and theories of depth psychology with the practice of vocal music therapy. This model includes vocal holding techniques©, free associative singing© and other techniques for accessing conscious and unconscious feelings, memories and associations.

 

 

 

Group Vocal Toning at Melodia SING to HEAL session

 

 

https://youtu.be/ZHTYQJQuRCo

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