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Thursday, November 5 • 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Rhythmic Transformation through Drumming, Sound & Movement

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TISHMAN

This 2-hour experiential workshop will integrate group drumming and rhythmic activities with intentional movement and vocal expression to create a unique community-building experience. Through interactive icebreakers, drum circle games, and self-expression techniques, participants will be guided through the group facilitation process, and learn how to implement these activities into treatment for the clinical populations with whom they work. No drumming experience necessary.   Evening Events Not Included with Summit Registration

Tickets $39  •  $59 at door, pending availability

Eligible for 2.0 credit hours: ATCB, NBCC; ASWB, APA, MFT, Nursing; SWNYS


Faculty
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Mary E. Knysh

Founder, Rhythmic Connections
Mary E. Knysh is the founder of Rhythmic Connections, an innovative company advancing education, health, and creative development through music improvisation. She is a workshop facilitator and trainer; creativity, leadership, and communications consultant; professional musician; recording artist, and author. Mary presents at conferences throughout the U.S., Central Europe, Australia, and Asia. An international teacher/trainer with the Music for... Read More →
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Suzanne Tribe, MA, MT-BC, LCAT-P

Suzanne Tribe, MA, MT-BC, LCAT-P, is a music therapist and REMO HealthRHYTHMS® facilitator who conducts group empowerment drumming events for health, wellbeing, and community-building in the U.S. and Argentina. At the University of Buenos Aires, she taught dance majors the use of creative vocal and rhythmic expression. As a music therapist, Suzanne has worked with adults and children in medical, psychiatric, and special needs settings.


Thursday November 5, 2015 6:30pm - 8:30pm
University Center: The New School 63 Fifth Avenue (corner of Fifth Avenue and 14th Street)