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Friday, November 6 • 10:00am - 5:15pm
Voice Movement Therapy: An Introductory Master Class

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They say language began as song. Throughout centuries and across cultures, song has been used to express joy, hope, grief, fears, and that which is unbearable to contain.  This introductory Master Class will combine therapeutic principles with breath, movement, imagery, and improvisation, to demonstrate how engaging the body and voice through song can liberate the self beyond ordinary words and language. Through the power of song, participants will be guided through a process of self-discovery and empowerment, and learn to harness the voice that resides within. Our voice is at once our unique signature—conveying emotional states, words and thoughts—it is also the mystery that emanates from within us. Come experience the richness of this most ancient communication tool and learn how it can used in the clinical setting with people of all ages and abilities. No experience necessary; if you have a voice, you can sing.

Eligible for 6.0 Credits: ATCB, NBCC; ASWB, APA, MFT, Nursing; SWNYS


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Anne Brownell, MA, VMTR

| Anne Brownell, MA, VMTR, is director of the Norma G. Canner Foundation, where she teaches and supervises on the Foundation training in voice movement therapy. She has consulted in schools for children experiencing developmental and language delays and worked in early intervention programs, supervised graduate students of dance therapy on the therapeutic use of the voice, and conducted music/movement groups for people who’ve... Read More →
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Christine Isherwood, BA Hons UK, Dip Assert Tr, VMT-R

| Christine Isherwood, BA Hons UK, Dip Assert Tr, VMT-R, is director of the voice movement therapy training, “Singing the Psyche,” and has taught trainings in Europe and the USA. She works with individual clients, teaches workshops internationally, and supervises VMT students and practitioners. Christine previously worked with homeless people, and as a mental health counselor, group facilitator, and trainer. She has written and... Read More →


Friday November 6, 2015 10:00am - 5:15pm
Balance Arts Center 34 West 28th Street, 3rd floor (between Broadway and 6th Avenue)